Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came

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Army Colonel Flanders and four of his troop's men (Sergeants Jones and Gambroni, Officer Nace and Captain Myerson) try to fit in with the locals of a nearby American town in the deep south by staging a USO-style community dance. Everything goes awry when the town's hillbilly Sheriff Harve and his nasty front man Billy Joe Davis throw Sergeant Gambroni in jail for making the moves on Harve's tipsy main squeeze Ramona, at which point Officer Nace and Sergeant Jones conspire to steal a WWII Army tank and bust Gambroni out of the town jail. An all-out war soon develops between the two forces, with Sheriff Harve and Billy Joe forming their own redneck army and taking three of Colonel Flanders' soldiers hostage, and Flanders gathering the remaining men in his dwindling troop to meet them head on.

M/PG
| 1970 | | 5.6/10
Cast
Brian Keith, Tony Curtis, Ernest Borgnine, Ivan Dixon
Director
Suppose They Gave A War and Nobody Came (a.k.a War Games, Old Soldiers Never) was a 1969 feature film. The plot a mixture of comic and dramatic elements concerns the reactions of a number of WWII veterans to the then (1969) contemporary US army. Directed
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Suppose They Gave A War and Nobody Came (a.k.a War Games, Old Soldiers Never) was a 1969 feature film. The plot a mixture of comic and dramatic elements concerns the reactions of a number of WWII veterans to the then (1969) contemporary US army. Directed
Language
English
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