Play Dirty


  • army

  • petroleum

  • soldier

  • english

  • irish



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Play Dirty (1969) [1080p]


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  • During World War II in North Africa, a group of British commandos disguised as Italian soldiers must travel behind enemy lines and destroy a vital Nazi oil depot.

  • The Dirty Dozen meets the Stiff Upper Lip. A British Petroleum executive (Sir Michael Caine) is assigned to work with the British Army in North Africa handling port duties for incoming fuels. This gives him the official rank of Captain in the British Army. The Colonel (Nigel Green), in charge of the Dirty Dozen, is told he must have a British officer accompany his men on a dangerous mission four hundred miles behind German lines and is saddled with the Petroleum executive, who tries to argue his way out by saying that his contract states he is to only work port duties. That argument is lost on the Brigade Commander (Harry Andrews), who simply points out that the executive is wearing a British uniform. The real leader of the Dirty Dozen (Nigel Davenport), a released prisoner, doesn't need or want the British officer, who's supposed to be in charge, but he's promised an extra two thousand British pounds sterling if he gets him back alive. Disguised as Italians, their trek across Rommel's Africa includes meeting and battling many kinds of enemies. —AzRanger {ArizonaRanger @ Hotmail . com}


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Scene #1

  • Capt. Douglas
    ...How did the other English officers die?
  • Capt. Cyril Leech

Scene #2

  • Capt. Douglas
    [startled but calm] What did you do that for?
  • Capt. Cyril Leech
    I didn't like the tea.

Scene #3

  • 2nd Lieutenant
    Don't do it again.

Screen Shots


  • Play Dirty trailer cover


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