Band of Brothers

Band of Brothers (2001)

2 corrected entries in Bastogne

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Bastogne - S1-E6

Corrected entry: Bastogne is a Belgian town, but on every flag pole they are flying the French flag.

Correction: The flags that are used are not French flags, they are the Belgian flags (black-yellow-red).

Bastogne - S1-E6

Corrected entry: This episode was created on a set, so, in the scene where Buck, Babe, and Guarnere are looking across the open field at the other side at the trees and hear the Germans start singing "Stille Naucht", you can see that the trees are just painted on the wall of the set.

Correction: This scene you are referring to is computer generated imagery, it most certainly is not painted on.

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