The Lost Battalion

The Lost Battalion

  • Director: Russell Mulcahy
  • Countries of origin: Luxembourg, United States
  • Language: English, German
  • Release date: December 2, 2001
  • Runtime: 1 hour 32 minutes
  • Sound mix: Dolby Digital
  • Aspect ratio: 1.78 : 1
  • Also known as: Zwischen allen Linien - Das verlorene Bataillon
  • "The Lost Battalion" is an action war movie released on December 2, 2001, directed by Russell Mukahi, starring Richard Bartlett Schroder and Phil McKee.
    Adapted from historical facts, the film tells the story of 500 young soldiers who were not afraid of being outnumbered by the enemy and fought against the Germans to become heroes of the people.


    • Release date December 2, 2001
    • Filming locations Luxembourg
    • Production companies Centurion, A+E Networks, David Gerber Productions

    Movie reviews

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    • By Brandy 2022-10-23 21:46:08

      Good subject matter is fine. . . The main melody is disgusting

      It's bad because its main theme is too strong and it completely ignores the textual research and demeans the enemy

      . I really don't know how this film dares to claim to be based on real events. .

      About the research: There are few guns, the only bright spot is the Shaosha light machine gun and the Hachkes heavy machine gun. . . The result and together gave 4 shots. . . Shaosha is estimated that it is not a prop gun, so it cannot be fired. . . Too disappointed that the...

    • By Alejandra 2022-10-23 20:17:48

      Times make heroes


      Soldiers take obedience to orders as their duty, but Major Watersey is not only such a soldier, he thinks more and more deeply, "How should we fight this battle? How can we protect the lives of our soldiers?" When encountering such a commander, the soldiers...

    • By Anabel 2022-10-23 19:22:47

      story after

      After watching it, I felt it was good, and after I wanted to know, I checked the protagonist in the film: Major Whittlesey, whose birth and growth were omitted, after being rescued from the encirclement on October 7, 1918, as follows:
      Promoted from major to lieutenant colonel;
      10.29 Repatriated to the United States;
      12.5 Honorably discharged according to Special Orders No. 259;
      12.6 Received the Medal of Honor (the highest medal in the U.S. Army, two of his subordinates...

    User comments

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    • By Eleanora 2023-08-17 11:27:52

      It's like chewing wax and then deleting...

    • By Lee 2023-07-07 22:01:04

      Mediocre, nothing to...

    • By Brandon 2023-07-03 19:38:42

      There are not too many World War I movies, so watch and cherish...

    • By Darian 2023-07-01 12:42:56

      This male lead is very good, not American style, but a bit...

    • By Theodore 2023-05-14 00:58:34

      The narrative is alright, the depiction of human nature is in...

    Movie plot

    It tells the story of the bloody October when the American and German troops confronted each other during the curtain call of the First World War . This is the strongest combination of the coalition, led by a civilian soldier, a group of 500 young and brave soldiers from Ireland, Italy, Judea and Poland, etc., shoulder the arduous task of attacking Germany. In the blazing battlefield, when the enemy is outnumbered, they have only two...
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    Movie quotes

    • Capt. McMurtry: Lieutenant Leak?

      Lt. Leak: Yes, sir?

      Capt. McMurtry: I'm Captain McMurtry. Welcome to the 308th

      Lt. Leak: Captain, uh... there must be some mistake. I'm supposed to be in a Texas unit. Most of these boys are from New York and I just don't understand a word these city fellers are sayin'.

      Capt. McMurtry: You don't have to understand them Lieutenant, they have to understand you.

    • Yoder: Hey, how come you guys from New York call everybody "buddy"?

      Lipasti: You're not from the city?

      Yoder: From Bigfork, Montana.

      Lipasti: Never heard of it. I didn't know they let apple-knockers into this outfit.

    • Krotoshinsky: He...


      Krotoshinsky: thinks you might want to buy a bridge.

      Yoder: What bridge?

      Lipasti: The Brooklyn Bridge. What other bridge is there? What kind of an army is this, we come all the way to France and they stick us with boys from Daisyville.