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Title A Bridge Too Far (1977)
Type Movie

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ID gtAH
Created Jul 13, 2009, 4:51:05 PM
Contributor kvrle
Language English
FPS N/A


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Filename
A.Bridge.Too.Far.1977.720p.BluRay.x264-SiNNERS-002.en
Name
a_bridge_too_far_1977_720p_bluray_x264-sinners-002_en
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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:3.315 00:00:5.234
  1. They could be right.
2 00:00:9.514 00:00:12.394
  1. - Where's the captain?
  2. - Dead.
3 00:00:14.193 00:00:16.353
  1. I didn't ask you how he was.
  2. I asked you where he was.
4 00:04:49.685 00:04:52.925
  1. Orderly, we're all out
  2. of bandages over here.
5 00:05:25.602 00:05:27.262
  1. - Sir.
  2. - Not now.
6 00:05:27.362 00:05:29.481
  1. - I'd like you to look at my captain.
  2. - I'm sorry. Put him down.
7 00:05:41.920 00:05:45.700
  1. What in the name of hell
  2. do you...
8 00:05:45.800 00:05:49.839
  1. - You told me to put him down.
  2. - I'm in no mood for crapping around.
9 00:05:51.159 00:05:53.459
  1. If you don't look at him right now,
  2. he's going to die.
10 00:05:53.559 00:05:55.519
  1. He's dead now.
11 00:05:57.799 00:05:59.738
  1. It'd mean a lot to me
  2. if you'd check him out.
12 00:05:59.838 00:06:3.078
  1. Come on, Sergeant.
  2. For Christ's sake, get him out of here.
13 00:06:10.437 00:06:12.877
  1. Would you look at him,
  2. please, sir...
14 00:06:14.637 00:06:17.217
  1. right now...
15 00:06:17.317 00:06:20.436
  1. or I'll blow
  2. your fuckin' head off.
Filename
A.Bridge.Too.Far.1977.720p.BluRay.x264-SiNNERS-001.en
Name
a_bridge_too_far_1977_720p_bluray_x264-sinners-001_en
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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:42.880 00:00:46.800
  1. It's hard to remember now,
  2. but Europe was like this in 1944.
2 00:00:51.680 00:00:54.120
  1. The Second World War
  2. was in its fifth year...
3 00:00:54.200 00:00:56.600
  1. and still going Hitler's way.
4 00:00:56.680 00:00:59.280
  1. German troops
  2. controlled most of Europe.
5 00:01:1.080 00:01:4.280
  1. D-Day changed all that.
6 00:01:6.080 00:01:9.640
  1. D-Day: June 6, 1944...
7 00:01:9.720 00:01:14.000
  1. when the Allied forces, under
  2. their commander General Eisenhower...
8 00:01:14.080 00:01:17.320
  1. landed on the northern
  2. coast of France.
9 00:01:17.400 00:01:20.280
  1. By July they were able
  2. to begin their own offensive.
10 00:01:20.360 00:01:23.960
  1. By August, Paris was liberated.
11 00:01:25.360 00:01:28.960
  1. Everywhere the Germans retreated.
12 00:01:29.880 00:01:33.040
  1. But with the Allied victories
  2. came problems.
13 00:01:33.120 00:01:37.640
  1. Supplies still had to be driven
  2. from Normandy, over 400 miles away...
14 00:01:37.720 00:01:40.120
  1. and became dangerously short.
15 00:01:40.160 00:01:42.360
  1. The Allied advance
  2. began to come to a halt.

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