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It's easy to dismiss 1968's "The Devil's Brigade" as a knock-off of 1967's "The Dirty Dozen," being one of the first productions to swoop in a sweep up any remaining audience interest in the adventures of mismatched military men. There's certainly a "Dozen" charge to the picture, but "The Devil's Brigade" manages to be its own thing, taking a look at the formation, training, and early missions of the 1st Special Service Force, which brought together American and Canadian forces, also offering a chance for film producers to populate the movie with a flavorful cast of character actors.  Read the rest at


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