The Dirty Dozen

Train them! Excite them! Arm them!...Then turn them loose on the Nazis!

The Dirty Dozen (1967)


12 American military prisoners in World War II are ordered to infiltrate a well-guarded enemy château and kill the Nazi officers vacationing there. The soldiers, most of whom are facing death sentences for a variety of violent crimes, agree to the mission and the possible commuting of their sentences.

Director: Robert Aldrich
Writers: Nunnally Johnson, Lukas Heller.

Release Date: 1967-06-15
Status: Released
Run time: 150 min / 2:30
Budget: $5,400,000
Revenue: $45,300,000
Production Companies : Seven Arts Pictures, MKH, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America



Lee Marvin
Maj. John Reisman
Ernest Borgnine
Maj. Gen. Worden
Charles Bronson
Joseph Wladislaw
Jim Brown
Robert Jefferson
John Cassavetes
Victor Franko
Richard Jaeckel
Sergeant Bowren
George Kennedy
Major Max Armbruster
Trini López
Pedro Jiminez
Ralph Meeker
Captain Stuart Kinder
Robert Ryan
Col. Everett Dasher Breed
Telly Savalas
Archer Maggott
Donald Sutherland
Vernon Pinkley
Clint Walker
Samson Posey
Robert Webber
General Denton
Tom Busby
Milo Vladek
Ben Carruthers
Glenn Gilpin
Stuart Cooper
Roscoe Lever
Robert Phillips
Cpl. Morgan - MP Guard
Colin Maitland
Seth Sawyer
Al Mancini
Tassos Bravos
George Roubicek
Pvt. Arthur James Gardner
Thick Wilson
Gen. Worden's Aide
Dora Reisser
German Officer's Girl
Michael Anthony
German Officer in Staff Car (uncredited)
Leo Britt
German General in Staff Car (uncredited)
Alan Chuntz
French Servant (uncredited)
Gary Files
Ambulance Driver (uncredited)
Judith Furse
Drunken General's Wife (uncredited)
Hal Galili
MP Master Sergeant / Hangman (uncredited)
Romo Gorrara
Airborne Soldier (uncredited)
Willoughby Gray
German Officer (uncredited)
Gerard Heinz
Card-Playing German Officer (uncredited)
John G. Heller
2nd German Sentry at Chateau (uncredited)
George Hilsdon
Medical Officer at Hanging (uncredited)
John Hollis
German Porter at Chateau (uncredited)
Alf Joint
German Sentry Wanting Light (uncredited)
Juba Kennerley
German Officer (uncredited)
Hildegard Knef
Ann Lancaster
Prostitute (uncredited)
Richard Marner
German Sentry at Chateau (uncredited)
Dick Miller
MP at Hanging (uncredited)
Lionel Murton
MP Lt. Col. in charge at hanging (uncredited)
Suzanne Owens-Duval
Prostitute (uncredited)
Mike Reid
Sergeant at War Games HQ (uncredited)
Terry Richards
Blake (uncredited)
Frederick Schiller
Drunken German General (uncredited)
Richard Shaw
German Officer Who Seals the Bunker (uncredited)
Warren Stanhope
German Officer (uncredited)
Hedger Wallace
German Officer (uncredited)
Theodore Wilhelm
German Officer (uncredited)
Rocky Taylor
Airborne Soldier (uncredited)
Burnell Tucker
Army Doctor (uncredited)
Vicki Woolf
Prostitute (uncredited)
Michael Segal
Airborne Band Conductor (uncredited)


Sound Van Allen James Sound Editor
Crew Cliff Richardson Special Effects
Writing Nunnally Johnson Screenplay
Art Colin Grimes Assistant Art Director
Sound John Poyner Sound Editor
Art Tim Hutchinson Set Designer
Directing Robert Aldrich Director
Writing E.M. Nathanson Novel
Writing Lukas Heller Screenplay
Production Kenneth Hyman Producer
Production Raymond Anzarut Associate Producer
Editing Michael Luciano Editor
Camera Edward Scaife Director of Photography
Production Julian Mackintosh Production Manager
Directing Bert Batt Assistant Director
Art William Hutchinson Art Direction
Sound Franklin Milton Sound Designer
Sound Claude Hitchcock Sound Designer
Sound Frank De Vol Original Music Composer
Directing Angela Allen Script Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Wally Schneiderman Makeup Artist
Sound Aaron Rochin Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Crew Jim Dowdall Stunts
Crew Jim Dowdall Armorer
Costume & Make-Up Ernest Gasser Makeup Artist
Crew Gerry Crampton Stunt Coordinator
Editing William Parnell Assistant Editor
Camera Alan McCabe Camera Operator
Art Mickey Lennon Assistant Property Master
Camera David Wynn-Jones Clapper Loader

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