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I would very much like to see this movie, does anyone know where I can obtain a copy. I tried some local video stores but no luck?

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watch for it on late night tv ,,, or if ambitious read robin moore's tales of green beret (not to be confused with the movie starring john wayne) ,,, the plot comes from a chapter in his book

HA Andrews

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try your public library... they sometimes have hard to find stuff. And ask the librarian, you'd be amazed at the resources they have. Sometimes they can even get stuff from other library systems. Worth a try...

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The move is based on a novella by Daniel Ford, published in 1967, entitled Incident at Muc Wa

MFletcher

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re-read the robin moore classic ,,, he definitely describes the yarn ,,, prior to the novella

HA Andrews

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The chain video stores probably won't have it. I found it a few years ago in a hole-in-the-wall rental place. Good luck, I hope you find it. It's a great film.

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DOH!

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It's out now. Be warned that the transfer isn't the best, but the DVD is still worth having. I haven't checked with my old VHS copy, but I could swear that some dialogue has been restored to the movie that wasn't in previous releases (including theatrical).

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I don't know if you have seen the movie yet; if you haven't, don't--it's
the same old predictable stock Vietnam tripe(I was there '68-69 and '73).

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It's worth a look. It's been one of my favorite movies since i was 9.

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I think it's a great movie- and I just got on DVD at Border's book store for $9.99. No special features, but I'm not expecting much for $9.99

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Best Buy- 6.99

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I got it by the mail order Blockbuster service. Great flick.

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I got it at Best Buy for 6.99 I'd recommend just buying this little gem, far easier than trying to rent it, a nice little bargain, but shouldn't it be in widescreen?

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To obtain a DVD copy at a good price without necessarily hunting frantically for it, try www.oldies.com which will lead you to a company called Nina's Discount Oldies. This company specializes in both movies and music CDs, and when it comes to movies, they provide ALL genres and flicks that are hard to find. Well, GTTS is one of them! Just enter "Go Tell The Spartans" in the site's search engine and it should pop up; they carry an elaborate "war film" selection, trust me!! I receive their catalog every once in a while and I have ordered numerous war, horror and sci-fi DVDs from Nina's. They really pay off, and the pricing is not that bad either. Give 'em a shot!

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full movie is on youtube.

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If you still want it, you can get the DVD from Netflix.

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