Patton - (Original Trailer)
George C. Scott won a Best Actor Oscar for Patton (1970), the story of the colorful World War II general.
Patton (1970) -- (Movie Clip) I'm My Favoite General
North Africa, 1943, the American general (George C. Scott, title character) finds his new aide (Paul Stevens) most satisfactory, and helpful in his pitch to Brit commanders Tedder (Gerald Flood) and Alexander (Jack Gwillim), in director Franklin Schaffner's bio-pic Patton, 1970.
Patton (1970) -- (Movie Clip) You Know Who The Poet Was?
Fanciful scene from screenwriter Francis Ford Coppola, though the authorship of the poem is true (cribbed from Corinthians), George C. Scott (title character) brings colleague General Bradley (Karl Malden) to an ancient battlefield in Tunisia, in Patton, 1970.
Patton (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Americans, Traditionally, Love To Fight
Based on no actual speech, assembled by screenwriter Francis Ford Coppola from quotes from the subject, George C. Scott in his Academy Award-winning title role, director Franklin Schaffner elected to make the famous monologue his opening, in Patton, 1970.
Patton (1970) -- (Movie Clip) What Happened At Kasserine?
Director Franklin Schaffner's staging of the arrival of the the general (George C. Scott, title character) in Tunisia, 1943, after a disastrous encounter with the Germans, largely as described in the autobiography of General Omar Bradley (Karl Malden), in the hit bio-pic Patton, 1970.