TV Mini-Series | TV-MA | | Action, Drama, History
The story of Easy Company of the U.S. Army 101st Airborne Division, and their mission in World War II Europe, from Operation Overlord, through V-J Day.
The village (Carentan), which became eleven different European cities and villages, was twelve acres, the size of nine American football fields.
Sgt. Lipton, feeling all right?
George Luz: He's got pneumonia.
David Webster: Sorry to hear that.
George Luz: Ah, what are you sorry about? He's alive, got a couch, a goddamn blanket. Snug as a bug.
In "Currahee", Robert Strayer is (correctly) wearing the rank insignia of a major when Easy Company is celebrating its paratrooper qualification. Strayer was promoted to lieutenant colonel in January or February of 1943, and Winters refers to him as such during his explanation to Sobel about the latrine inspection incident. On D-Day (in episode 2) just prior to the attack on the 105mm guns at Brecourt Manor, Winters and another officer refer to Strayer as a major. He had been an LTC long enough (16 or 17 months) to rule out a slip of the tongue, especially by two different officers.
English, Dutch, French, German, Lithuanian
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