Kelly's Heroes

Kelly's Heroes
Kelly's Heroes

Year

1970

Duration

144 minutes

Genres

Comedy, War Films

Language

English

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Synopsis

As the horrors of the World War II slipped into history, films about it became less fact-based, more playful. With its knockabout plot about GIs heisting a Nazi train full of gold, Kelly's Heroes is typical of this trend. It's got a cast full of cool hands of the era - Clint Eastwood, Donald Sutherland and Telly Savalas - and is full of things exploding in a way that looks like great fun rather than a serious threat to life.

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This film contains mild language and violence.

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