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    #16
    The last movie I saw him in was terrible, the one with him as the Capt. of a cargo ship.
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      #17
      I saw that Greyhound will be available on Apple TV next month.

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        #18
        Tom Hanks isn't doing so well. He manage to escape The Somali's, contracted Coronavirus and now he's trying to fend off The Germans.And a little Fun fact: after his boat sinks, Tom Hanks takes a life raft and floats to a nearby island and befriends a volleyball
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          #19
          Originally posted by AntiqueWW2 View Post
          Tom Hanks isn't doing so well. He manage to escape The Somali's, contracted Coronavirus and now he's trying to fend off The Germans.And a little Fun fact: after his boat sinks, Tom Hanks takes a life raft and floats to a nearby island and befriends a volleyball

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            #20
            I just saw "Cruel Sea", a British movie from 1952. One of the best WW2 sea war themed movies after a fantastic novel.
            I hope that "Greyhound" would be a comparable movie of the US Navy part.

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              #21
              Originally posted by hoover View Post
              I just saw "Cruel Sea", a British movie from 1952. One of the best WW2 sea war themed movies after a fantastic novel.
              I hope that "Greyhound" would be a comparable movie of the US Navy part.
              Yes, indeed, both the novel and movie were quite good.
              I don't hold out much hope for " Greyhound" though, at lease based upon the ludicrous scenes in the previews.
              Also, Tom Hanks at 64 is far too old to be playing a lieut. commander in this film.

              Bob Shoaf

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                #22
                A surfaced U-Boat passing a surface vessel as close as that, I'm surprised that there wasn't hand-to-hand combat with cutlasses! No doubt the Kriegsmarine will be portrayed as either total imbeciles/fanatical Nazis - I've seen more than enough to wait for it to come on telly.

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