Saints and Soldiers

Synopsis: After surviving a massacre in Malmedy, a location behind the German army in Europe, four American soldiers with only one weapon rescue the British pilot Oberon Winley (Kirby Heyborn) in a tree and they move together, trying to reach the allied forces and save a great number of allied soldiers from a German attack with the information got by Winley in his flight. While marching, each soldier discloses inner secrets to the rest of the group.
Genre: Action, Drama, War
Director(s): Ryan Little
Production: Excel Entertainment
  16 wins & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min

Deac, I want you on first watch.

Let's see if we can get a fire going

in this thing.

Gould, you got any matches?


I found the latrine.

Like I said--

home, sweet home.

Great, this thing's safe.

Hey, Gunderson.

What's the deal

with you and Deacon?

You guys separated at birth?


Deacon's the squarest guy

I know.

He's from some little

backwards town in Arizona.

Doesn't drink,

doesn't smoke.

He doesn't even like coffee.

That's why they call him

The Deacon.

My boys back

in the neighborhood--

if they knew my best buddy

was a good church boy like him,

they'd laugh their butts off.

I'll tel you something else

about Deacon--

he's the best shot

I've ever seen.

Where are you from, Sarge?

Chicago, south side.

Is that right?

How about you?


Small town.

Really small.

How about you, Gould?

Where are you from?

New York.

What part of New York?



I like Brooklyn.

Good jazz clubs.

Yeah, you want good jazz,

you gotta go to the Village.

You want great jazz,

you go to New Orleans.

That's a good place.

Father in Heaven,

forgive me for

the things I've done.

I just need--


This is your card.

That's a pretty good trick,


Got a jeep coming!

Keep going.

Keep going, keep going...

They're stopping.



Jemand zu Hause?



I-- I don't know.

Deac, what'd you get?

I couldn't hear 'eh very good.

Something about the

Meuse River

and the plane crashin'.


Bloody, come on!

Stand back!

I think he's a Kraut.

Not a step closer!

Don't shoot him.

I've got a gun.

He's a Brit.

Kendrick, go help him down.

Stand back!


All right now,

just calm down.


Here we go.

Come on.

Get back!


Hey, take it easy.

Drop it!

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