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Geoff Van Brunt over 3 years ago
Ryan over 4 years ago
Nathan Blick 7 years ago
Play Dirty is a 1969 British film inspired by the North African exploits of units such as the Long Range Desert Group, Popski's Private Army and the SAS during World War II. It was directed by André De Toth and written by Melvyn Bragg and Lotte Colin. It stars Michael Caine, Nigel Green and Harry Andrews. It's WWII and Captain Douglas (Caine) is a BP employee seconded to the Royal Engineers to oversee handling incoming fuel supplies for the British 8th Army in North Africa. It is a comfortable life until a Popski's Private Army style colonel (Green) is told he must put a regular officer to lead one of his units on a dangerous mission to destroy an Afrika Korps fuel depot 400 miles behind enemy lines. Douglas, who is an expert in fuel pipes and installations, is chosen despite protesting that he is only a port contractor with an honorary commission. Douglas's C.O. dismisses his pleas noting that he is wearing a British Army officer's uniform and therefore can't disobey the order. So...
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