There’s dissension in the ranks! This week, the guys discuss the 1956 Robert Aldrich film Attack! which focuses on some real struggles within the ranks with a real bad officer. There is much to discuss including the performance contrast between Jack Palance and Lee Marvin, the lack of participation from the Department of Defense due to the plot details, the surprising amount of blood and much more. Plus: is this the most action-packed movie on the list thus far? We also get a lot of City Slickers talk. Like, a lot.


Next week: Get cramped and watch out for poo!

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Attack! stars Jack Palance, Eddie Albert, Robert Strauss, Richard Jaeckel, William Smithers, Buddy Ebsen, Strother Martin, Jud Taylor and Lee Marvin; directed by Robert Aldrich.

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UK: available to rent.

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