Question: Is it just me or does this film seem to have some definite homosexual undertones when it comes to Patton? He dresses flamboyantly, wears lots of jewelry, designs uniforms, caresses his dead staff member, kisses a soldier tenderly after a battle. Did the writers do this intentionally and/or were there rumors about Patton's sexual orientation?
Question: During the slapping, what did George mean when he said send him up to the front?
Question: When Patton visits the battlefield he says he was there when the battle happened. What did he mean? He wasn't born yet.
Question: Why did they have to have Patton slow down?
Question: How accurate is Patton's temper?
Question: I know Patton really did slap a soldier named Bennett. I have two questions. Firstly, is the dialogue in the scene where Patton slapped Bennett accurate? Secondly, was Bennett really a coward?
Question: When Patton arrives at corps headquarters, a lieutenant says they have a new commander due. What is he talking about? Was their previous commanding general fired?
Question: Did George Patton really change the time which the mess hall was open and closed like he does in the movie?
Question: Did the part where allied command cuts off Patton's supplies really happen?
Question: Did Patton really promise to control his temper before being assigned to the third army?