Ardennes Fury

Synopsis: As the Nazis engage their Battle of the Bulge campaign, in late 1944, an American tank unit gets trapped behind enemy lines. The Allies' Operation Ardennes Fury is about to commence when the tank's commander moves to rescue innocent children and nuns from a nearby orphanage.
Genre: Action, War
Director(s): Joseph J. Lawson
Production: The Asylum
87 min

Attack front!

Macht schnell!

Let's go!

Macht schnell!

Go, go, go!

Move it up!

Let's go!

Gun's down again!

Engine's still

locked up, Lance!

Go, go, go!

We're getting our asses

kicked here, Lance!

We have to hold the line till

phase two of the aerial bombing,

and we can't even

get in the fight!

Afternoon ain't

coming soon enough!

Long as we're

long gone before then!

Sarge, we can leave

anytime you give the word!

I hate to say it,

but I'm with CK on this one.

We need to advance to

the rear and regroup!

Negative, Sergeant Rose!

Move up! Move up!

We hold them here!

Move! Move! Move!

Get on your feet!

We push through

until air support comes!

Aw, for hell's sake!

We're surrounded

by Nazis!

Doesn't matter if we go

forwards or backwards!

McNay, get us around those

tanks over there! You copy?

Copy that, Sarge!

We're mighty low

on fuel!

We don't get

around those tanks,

fuel's gonna be

the least of our concerns!

Copy that.

Come on!

Does anything

on this tank work?

Gunner's always

ready and willing!

Oh, well, let's just

take out those tanks

and keep advancing,


We got one ahead!

Rose and I

will take it out!

Rest of you,

sit tight!

Watch our six!

Sergeant Lance Dawson

playing hero again.

This thing

goes sideways,

you keep

this thing moving.

You don't

stop rolling

till you

see friendly faces

or Saint Peter's


Copy that!

Well, at least this crate's

not a burnin' Sherman.

- Let's do this!

- You'd better be quick.

It looks like we're

going to get some rain.

Plan, Sarge?

The basic rodeo roundup.

I'll go to the left.

You catch 'em on the right.

I've known about

the rodeo roundup

since the 761st,

Sergeant Dawson.

Any problems there,


Never a problem!

I just want

to be able to see

my wife and kids

again just like you!

We don't have any kids!

Not for lack of trying!

Let's go!

Hey the Rain's

letting up, let's go!

Oh, hey.

Good to see you guys.

- Miss us?

- Ah, getting bored.

Ready? Move her out!

Back to American lines!

Forward ho, Sarge!

Lance, we're cut off

from the column.

Freddy, how we doing?

We're mighty low

on fuel!

Let's get

as far as we can!

Well, you guys

better hit the ground!

Now, soldiers,

we're well over enemy lines,

so get into tank formation,

and be on the lookout.

Keep your eyes peeled

for the enemy!

Piece of junk!

Looks like

we're all clear.

For now.

Well, I guess that's

the end of that.

Can it, Private.

Bad news, Lance.

We're dry.

Yeah, Sarge?

Where's that fuel point,


Radio confirmed

a supply truck

about a kilometer

east of us, stationary.

All right.

We'd better

get a move on, then.



Take him out.


mission first. Then check the girl.

Sh*t. No go!

We're gonna have

to carry it!

Are you okay?

We got company coming!

We gotta go!

Come with us!

Come on! Come on!

Let's go!

For once, I'm glad to see

you guys can't follow orders.

Sergeant McNay thought

you could use some help.

He was right.

Private Sommers,

let's make this quick.

Turret's jammed,

and the breach

is stuck again!

Griffin, get these cans

back there.

Get this beast fueled up.



Get this thing

fueled up!

You get

this beast moving!

Let me get

the radio!


Give me a hand clearing this damn thing!

Almighty, Almighty,

this is 3-6 Actual


air support. Over!

3-6, this is Almighty.

Negative on air support.

Maintain radio silence

now forward.

3-6 Actual. Out.

Copy that,

Almighty. Out!

Another minute,



All right, listen up!

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