The Lost Battalion

Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where the group of U.S. soldiers is going to a higher position (to attack Germans from the top,) a camera is visible on right side of the screen. (00:22:05)

Cepheglia: This is a French Cho-Cho.
Rosen: Chauchat.
Cepheglia: It's a piece of garbage, don't worry about it.
Rosen: Leave it to Henchman and Hollingshead.
Cepheglia: Don't worry about mortars, tanks and artillery.
Rosen: We don't have any of that either.
Cepheglia: Basically we're mud crunchers,.
Rosen: Gravel agitators.
Cepheglia: Infantry.

Yoder: Hey, how come you guys from New York call everybody "buddy"?
Lipasti: You're not from the city?
Yoder: From Bigfork, Montana.
Lipasti: Never heard of it. I didn't know they let apple-knockers into this outfit.

Yoder: Hey, how come nobody ever calls me Bob?
Cepheglia: Who's Bob?
Rosen: He's Bob you dumb Dago. Haven't you ever heard of a first name?
Cepheglia: Your first name is Private. You're gonna be Private all your life Rosen. You'll never make Corporal.
Rosen: All I wanna make is civilian.

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Question: In one of the last scenes of the movie when the camera is spanning the waste of the battlefield, why is there a British Lee Enfield rifle shown propped up against a tree? Why would that weapon be found there?

Chosen answer: Units from all nations were mixed throughout the field.

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