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“Patton” tells the tale of General George S. Patton, famous tank commander of World War II. The film begins with patton’s career in North Africa and progresses through the invasion of Germany and the fall of the Third Reich. Side plots also speak of Patton’s numerous faults such his temper and habit towards insubordination.

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Patton GoMovies Review

Patton is a wonderful movie in which there is the very magic of cinema, which makes the viewer believe that he, opposing all opponents, overcomes any obstacles and cope with all life`s adversities.

He told me about this movie back in 1970, but I managed to watch the movie only now, of course, it is plotting, it is difficult to restrain emotions while watching.

After finishing watching this movie, I came to the conclusion that for the broadcasting of movies in the genre of , some storylines do not fit at all in the period of time that is allotted to them, and simply require some kind of continuation and development.

The movie turned out to be very organic, there is no other detail in it, perfectly balanced: dynamics, tension, musical accompaniment, 172 min minutes flew by in one breath.

Despite the dryish script in places, Franklin J. Schaffner, José López Rodero created a good movie: the atmosphere is perfectly conveyed, everything in the frame looks natural, each actor is in his place.

Abraxas Aaran, Alan MacNaughton, Albert Dumortier, Bill Hickman, Billy Kearns, Brandon Brady, Bruce Rhodewalt, Carey Loftin, Charles Dennis, Clint Ritchie, David Bauer, David Healy, Dolores Judson, Douglas Wilmer, Edward Binns, Florencio Amarilla, Frank Latimore, George C. Scott, Gerald Flood, Harry Towb, Hellmut Lange, Jack Gwillim, James Edwards, John Barrie, John Doucette, Karl Malden, Karl Michael Vogler, Lawrence Dobkin, Lionel Murton, Lowell Thomas, Michael Bates, Michael Strong, Morgan Paull, Pat Zurica, Paul Frees, Paul Stevens, Peter Barkworth, Richard Münch, Sandy McPeak, Siegfried Rauch, Stephen Young, Tim Considine were able to believably play the proposed characters, in modern cinema this is a great rarity, because not every actor is able to feel the character as himself.