#1- One! Group- Down at the roadblock, we’ve just begun. #1- Two! Group- The guards are through!
#1- Three. Group- The Major’s men are on a spree! #1- Four. The Major & Wladislaw go through the door! #1- Five. Group- Pinkley stays out in the drive. #1- Six. Group- The Major gives the rope a fix. #1- Seven Group- Wladislaw throws the hook to heaven. #1- Eight. Group- Jiminez has a date. #1- Nine. Group- The other guys go up the line. #1- Ten. Group- Sawyer & Gilpen are in the pen. #1- Eleven. Group- Posey guards points 5 & 7. #1- Twelve. Group- Wladislaw and the Major go down to delve. #1- And where is Donald Duck? #2- Donald Ducks down at the crossing with a machine gun.
#1- They’re very pretty, Colonel, very pretty. But can they fight? #2- Yes Sir! #1- I hope you’re right.
‘Vengeance is mine.’
-How come you speak German?
-My old man came from Silesia.
-What do you think, Sergeant?
-I think you’ll do just fine, sir.
-I said what do you think?
-I think the first chance one of those lovers gets, he’s going to shoot the Major right in the head…sir.
1) Kill every officer in sight. 2) Ours or theirs?
1. What’s your name son?
1. Where are you from Soldier? 2. Madison Park, Missouri, sir 1. Never heard of it
Actor1:Doesn’t give me anything. But along with these other results, it gives YOU just about the most twisted, anti-social bunch of psychopathic deformities I have ever run into! And the worst, the most dangerous of the bunch, is Maggott. You’ve got one religious maniac, one malignant dwarf, two near-idiots…and the rest I don’t even wanna think about! Actor2:I can’t think of a better way to fight a war.
As of this moment, I’d stack them up against any men in the Army.
BOWREN….GET SOME GASOLINE! Gasoline…. are you sure? YOU WANNA ASK PINKLEY AND VLADEK? NOW GET GOING!
Don’t sit under the apple tree with anyone else but me.
Don’t sweet-talk me, Whitey.
Get back up there and cover that bridge!
Hey Franco, number please!
i don’t think it’d pay to advertise the fact that one of the men that we’re working for has to be a raving lunatic.
I owe you an apology, Colonel. I always thought that you were a cold, unimaginative, tight lipped officer. But you’re really … quite emotional. Aren’t you?
I reckon the folks’d be a slight happier if I died like a soldier.
Can’t say I would.
I think a soldier’s job is to wear his uniform and kill the enemy.
I’ll say this colonel, they look pretty…. But, can they fight?
I’m just an observer, Captain, not an umpire.
I’m not very interested in embroidery, only in results.
Just act mean and grunt, huh?
Killin’ generals could get to be a habit with me.
Major:Which one of you guys wants to be a general?….Pinkley? Pinkley:What kind of general, sir? Major:Just a plain, ordinary, every day, home-lovin’ American general. Pinkley:I’d rather be a civilian, sir.
Okay, Posey, let’s see that Apache know-how.
Ready for the turkey shoot?
Sargent did you ever lose a man because he hung himself with a guitar string? No, Sir, I haven’t, and I’m not about to. Well if he makes the trip see that he gets the strings.
They lost their lives in the line of duty.
Well, feed the French and kill the Germans.
Well, Major, what’d you think of the hanging?
What is this, anyway? Uncle Tom week?
Who wants to be a general? Binkly? I’d rather be a civillian, sir.
You were a big man with the syndicate back in Chicago?
You’re filthy. A disgrace to the uniform. Sergeant Fradericks, get me a razor and some water. This man is now going to demonstrate the proper procedure for shaving and bathing in the field.
You’re gonna march, or I’ll stomp your brains in!
You’ve seen a general inspecting troops before, haven’t you? Just walk slow, act dumb, and look stupid!
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