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Title A Bridge Too Far (1977)
Type Movie

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ID Vd8L
Created Jun 12, 2010, 12:37:18 AM
Contributor marinch
Language English
FPS N/A


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Filename
A Bridge Too Far.DVDRip.DioXidE.part2.en
Name
a bridge too far_dvdrip_dioxide_part2_en
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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:35.039 00:00:37.750
  1. - Hold your fire!
  2. - Hold your fire!
2 00:00:50.471 00:00:52.931
  1. command. Wait for the command.
3 00:01:2.066 00:01:4.526
  1. Over there, Whitney! Look after that man!
4 00:01:5.277 00:01:7.988
  1. Open fire! Fire!
5 00:02:12.970 00:02:15.013
  1. Jesus!
6 00:03:9.735 00:03:11.779
  1. cease firing!
7 00:03:13.739 00:03:15.908
  1. cease firing!
8 00:03:27.878 00:03:30.297
  1. Sorry, ma'am.
9 00:03:30.422 00:03:34.051
  1. Whitney, try and rustle up
  2. some more bandages, will you?
10 00:03:35.594 00:03:38.722
  1. I'm going to check up with cornish.
  2. See you later.
11 00:03:38.847 00:03:43.602
  1. Get him patched up, will you, doc?
  2. I'm terribly sorry about all this.
12 00:03:44.103 00:03:46.146
  1. - Wicks.
  2. - Sir.
13 00:03:47.690 00:03:49.733
  1. Right, off you go.
14 00:04:1.245 00:04:4.832
  1. Get that bloody stretcher inside!
15 00:04:7.501 00:04:9.545
  1. Here we go.
Filename
A Bridge Too Far.DVDRip.DioXidE.part1.en
Name
a bridge too far_dvdrip_dioxide_part1_en
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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:32.073 00:00:37.245
  1. Is hard to remember now,
  2. but Europe was like this in 1944.
2 00:00:40.915 00:00:45.795
  1. The Second World War was in its
  2. fifth year and still going Hitler's way.
3 00:00:46.379 00:00:50.175
  1. German troops
  2. controlled most of Europe.
4 00:00:50.300 00:00:53.470
  1. D-day changed all that.
5 00:00:55.263 00:01:0.268
  1. D-day: June 6, 1944,
  2. when the Allied forces,
6 00:01:0.393 00:01:3.188
  1. under their commander
  2. General Eisenhower,
7 00:01:3.313 00:01:6.566
  1. landed on the northern coast of France.
8 00:01:6.691 00:01:13.156
  1. By July they were able to begin their own
  2. offensive. By August Paris was liberated.
9 00:01:14.908 00:01:18.161
  1. Everywhere the Germans retreated.
10 00:01:19.162 00:01:22.248
  1. But with the Allied victories
  2. came problems.
11 00:01:22.374 00:01:26.795
  1. Supplies still had to be driven from
  2. Normandy, over 400 miles away,
12 00:01:26.920 00:01:29.255
  1. and became dangerously short.
13 00:01:29.381 00:01:33.093
  1. The Allied advance
  2. began to come to a halt.
14 00:01:34.427 00:01:37.889
  1. Another problem
  2. facing Eisenhower was this:
15 00:01:38.014 00:01:41.810
  1. his two most famous generals,
  2. Patton who was in the south

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