The Green Berets

  • 1968
  • Movie
  • G
  • War

Only John Wayne could have made a flag-waving film about the Vietnam War in which excitement and impressive battle scenes are the focus and moral ambiguity is nowhere to be found. Wayne--who codirected with Ray Kellogg, and whose Batjac Productions put the project together--stars as Col. Mike Kirby, the blood-and-guts commander of a regiment of battle-toughened...read more

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The Green Berets - Official Trailer
03:02 — Red, white and blue pro-Vietnam war story. More like propaganda than entertainment, but John Wayne chews the dialogue and swaggers around loving every (more…)
(Movie Clip) He Keeps Score
Captain Coleman (Jason Evers) receives officer Nim (George Takei) after a patrol, who's then introduced to the new commander York (John Wayne, who als (more…)
(Movie Clip) Communist Domination
Col. York (John Wayne, the producer and co-director) observing reporter Beckworth (David Janssen) and soldiers Muldoon (Aldo Ray) and McGee (Raymond S (more…)
(Movie Clip) What The Man Said
On location at Fort Bragg, NC, Kirby (co-director and star John Wayne), with Muldoon (Aldo Ray), McGee (Raymond St. Jacques) and company, recruit craf (more…)

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  • Rating: G
  • Review: Only John Wayne could have made a flag-waving film about the Vietnam War in which excitement and impressive battle scenes are the focus and moral ambiguity is nowhere to be found. Wayne--who codirected with Ray Kellogg, and whose Batjac Productions put the… (more)

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