Screaming Eagles (1956)

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"Screaming Eagles" is a historical drama about paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division fighting during the D-Day Invasion in June of 1944. The title was the Division's nickname.


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11 November 2020 | mikereaves-46905
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| No Realism in 1956 Movies
Filmed on a sound stage for the most part. If Saving Private Ryan is a 10 star, this pitiful movie gets 1 star. They lost me when the Lieutenant came in the quonset hut wearing a shiny leather A-2 jacket. The replacements showing up in dress uniforms. I will give them credit for the double buttoned cargo pocketed paratrooper jackets. But in real life these troopers shaved their heads except for a mohawk, and the pitiful Lt had long blonde hair. No wonder audiences gave up films for television in the 1950s.

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