Hamburger Hill

Synopsis: A brutal and realistic war film focuses on the lives of a squad of 14 U.S. Army soldiers of B Company, 3rd Battalion, 187th Infanty Regiment, 101st Airborne Division during the brutal 10 day (May 11-20, 1969) battle for Hill 937 in the A Shau Valley of Vietnam as they try again and again to take the fortified hill held by the North Vietnamese, and the faults and casualties they take every time in which the battle was later dubbed "Hamburger Hill" because enemy fire was so fierce that the fusillade of bullets turned assaulting troops into shreded hamburger meat.
Director(s): John Irvin
Production: Vestron Video
Rotten Tomatoes:
110 min

Tuffy! Gaigin!

Let's go!

Medic! Medic!

Oh, sh*t! Medic, god,

somebody get me a medic over here.


Get the f*** outta here.

Move it! Move it!

Get me the bird down here.

God damn!

Red Barron two two

this Red 1-6 Charile

ldentify our location on my smoke.

There are people all over. lt's over.

Let's get outta here.

Cover the right side.

Move on! Move on!

Let's go!

l said come on!

What's your name?

Mark beach.

Where are you from?


Talk to me! Talk to me!

That's hell of a town l hear.


Come on, girl-san. Tell me how

you say that one more time.

Hey, why don't you ask her how

to say 'jailbreak' Vietnamese?

Look at him man, who does he think

he's kidding over there?

Hey Languilli, you'd better get your ass back in this truck.

or her father's going to come out and cut your dick off.

Ok, girl...wait, wait...

Who are you kidding man? You wouldn't know

what to do with her if you do get her.


You souvenir me this,

l tell you. You number one.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Hey, troop!

Your dick will fall off if you

get any closer to that p*ssy.

They'll keep you in the Philippines

with the black VD. You'll never get home.

Get your ass back on that truck!

Sergeant, Frants?

l thought you bought a waterbuffalo

and your own rice paddy to sh*t in.

Where the hell have

you been, young stuff?


l met a nurse.



You didn't?

She had her own trailer on the beach.

Oh, no.

l figured what can they do to me?

Send me to Vietnam?l moved in with her.

A round-eye?

There it is.

The Mama's and Papa's

found me on the beach.


Sit down, Vinstak

What the hell are you

wearing that sh*t for?

lt's gonna dehydrate your ass

and not do you any good.

But, Sarge, they told us at

Division training we had to wear...

We had a...we had

a short time at once.

Johnny, l forget his name...

he wore a flack jacket

two helmets...and armour underwear.

Ashau Valley. lf your

time's up, your time's up.

What's the Anshaw Valley?

Hey, ladies, are you free tonight?

Let's go. Which way is it?

Goddamn, look at this!

l'm going to put the new guys in your squad.

/Oh sh*t!

Hey, don't 'oh sh*t' me, troop.

The old man has me breaking-in another new Lieutenant.

He looks like Palmolive-f***ing-soap.

Yeah, well l don't need

this f-n-g sh*t, Worcester.

Yeah, well write you Congressman

and you can tell him. l need a steak...

a bucket of cold beer and a round-eye

to wrap my leg around.

Lieutenant Eaden.


How are you?

Watch your backs. Come on this

isn't a parking lot for Christ's sake.

Come on, Gaigin.

Here you go.

That all you got?

What did they say that signal

for incoming rounds was?

Hey man, l can't tell the difference

between incoming and outgoing.

l dove off the shitter up at Evans

and it was our stuff going out.

l think it's two long sirens.

Don't worry about it.

Hey man, l'm not worrying about it. l just think that it's

important to know the signals for incoming rounds, all right?

Don't worry nobody's

getting in here tonight.

What's the signal for ground attack?

Three short ones.

Green star cluster.

Oh yeah, that's great for a night time,

what are we gonna do during the day?

Did you know that bird sh*t and paratroopers

are the only things that fall out of the sky?

Sarge. Are there any women here?

Hey, l'm not screwing any whore.


What man, you'd eat her p*ssy.

Hey man, if you can't try it,

l don't eat it.

A year is a long time, tellows.

That's Clare.

lf she's f***ing for peace man,

l'm on the wrong side.

Stop it, back off.

Cool it!

l'm marrying her, man.

l meant nothing by it.



Shake hands, Man.

We're airborne.

We don't Start fights.

We finish'em.

Vincent Languilli.

Joseph Beletsky.

Mama San!

Sergeant Watkistin!

Hi. Where have you been for so long?


Outstanding! What's up man?

Oh, my god.

Water bookoo hot, Girlsan. Number ten.

Ahhh, l like it hot.

l want to get this red dirt out of my body.

/Oh, man.

Ya'all can take a hundred baths still

sweat Vietnam, you know what l mean?

You two, not MP are you?

They number 10,000,

they boom boom all the time,

but they don't pay,

me baby love grunts.

Well, we're ten first Class mud rollers.

Number one massage?


You like it so much, take me back to the world of yours.

/l'm a big PX.

F***in A

/F***in A Yeah, Yeah.

Don't you love Vietnam?

Vietnam number one.

Number 10 after we Di Di mou

Don't have any money for boom boom.

Oh man, that little d*cks.

Same same, Marvin the Arvin.

Arvin is useless. He's tired

of fighting your f***in war.

My f***in war? My f***in war?

You say my f***in war?

Ya know what l mean!

Hey, Hey. Cmon now.

lt's our f***in war.

l no bullshit you. Gl like to fight.

Vietnamese just want short time.

PX perfect chance.

There it is.

Gl never leave. No question.

Hey, you were, as you were.

The question is, how many of us have to boom boom before

those mean little bastards from the North show up.

Now that's the question.


Welcome to the first platoon. l'm Lituenant Eaton.

Follow us with me if you will, gentlemen.

Put your full name on line one.

Address on line two.

All right, if you do not want anyone notified in

case of injury, check box three.

Otherwise, fill in the name. Last name first,

first name last and address on line four.

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