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On my way home from work this morning, I was deep in thought about a particular scene from the movie "Dogs Of War", having not seen the movie in several years, I was kinda floored a few minutes ago when Templar called me and started talking about the movie. :lol:
 

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Bought the DVD a while back.

Christopher Walken is the man.

I liked it when he's sitting there after the battle.

"YOU'RE LATE!"

:cool:

I'll do that to. (Go through scenes from different movies in my head)
 

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I thought you might have been talking about a book called "Dogs of War". The book is an easy read that talks about different dogs and their actions during times of war. I gave my copy to a friend but I will trry to find some info on it.
 

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"You're not a true American until you've shot a Thompson submachine gun."

LAV

I like your new signature Templar; I must be red blooded, as the Thompson was the first machinegun I shot at age 13. :grin:

Can't believe I've never seen this movie; gonna have to get it soon.
 

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LRRP-87 said:
...Can't believe I've never seen this movie; gonna have to get it soon.
:shock: EXCELLENT movie... Christopher Walken is too cool...

I saw it at the movies during an afternoon matinee with my dad when I was a kid...
 

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Frederick Forsythe is some great stuff. I saw Odessa Files for the first time a couple of years ago, can't believe I hadn't seen it before. I wonder if Tom Clancy was influenced by Forsythe. I picked a book of short stories he wrote. Alot of stories of vengance.
 

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I saw this thread and thought maybe you were gonna start membership levels,you know,Dog of War,Stallion of War,War Baby of War.
 

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Christopher Walken is the creepiest man alive.

...movie needs more cowbell... i havent watched it yet but definitely needs more cowbell.
 

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DOW rocked...................it was great and I remember about the same time seeing "The Iron Cross" with Coburn directed by Sam Peckinpah.

Both awesome war flicks. :grin:
 

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another movie to add to my watch list....hey its the weekend, might as well rent it :mrgreen:
 

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Funny you bring up this movie as just yesterday I was thinking about this movie while reading the manville gas gun article in the SAR how weird.
 

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10Gauge said:
Christopher Walken is the creepiest man alive.

...movie needs more cowbell... i havent watched it yet but definitely needs more cowbell.


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