Go ahead, you heroic fathead.
the war. To heroic fatheads
Stransky doesn't know quite how to take this, but decides
on a faint, icy smile.
Captain Stransky, is there any
news on Steiner?
No, sir, not yet.
Brandt shakes his head.
Incidentally, What sort is he,
A problem....no respect, but a
first rate soldier so one looks
the Other Way.
(a short laugh)
0f course, I've only been on this
front a few days, matter of hours
actually, but I see -- rather I
sense -- a sort of -- well, it's not
exactly insubordination -- Well, let's
call it -- a lack of respect.
If I hope into a cab which gets
fail, I blame the driver, not the
company he works for. I'll say
a cab with defective brakes.
I'm not sure I know What you mean
(looks at him a moment,
low morale..... it goes hand in hand
with impending defeat.
We'll, said, Captain.
I don't believe that the German
The German soldier!
retreating backs of the Russians
face now. The replacements, on
I feel damn sorry for our poor land
Cross of Iron (1977)
Synopsis: Cross of Iron is a British-German 1977 war film directed by Sam Peckinpah, featuring James Coburn, Maximilian Schell, James Mason and David Warner. The film is set on the Eastern Front in World War II during the Soviets' Caucasus operations against the Wehrmacht's Kuban bridgehead on the Taman Peninsula in late 1943.