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Desc:Gen. Patton reveals a little more about himself than Gen. Bradley is comfortable with.
Category:Classic Movies, Military
Tags:Patton, General, Bradley, Romans, past life
Submitted:Syd Midnight
Date:12/18/07
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Syd Midnight - 2007-12-18
Based on a true story. Patton was really in love with his own image as the ultimate general, so it's hard to tell if he was just putting on a show to make his legend grow, or if he really believed he was the eternal warrior. Probably a little of both.
mouser - 2007-12-18
Given he was partly responsible for delaying by as much as a year the advancement of british troops on Berlin (making them cannon fodder all that time) makes this very much plausible. He's an unfortunate hero. Born idiot.

theFlu - 2007-12-18
I don't doubt he thought he was a reincarnated Roman soldier. Besides, having an ex-centurion who thinks it's possible to die and rise again, isn't exactly a bad thing in times of conflict.
Valkor - 2007-12-18
A metaphor maybe? The eternal cycle of war? How his archetype is eternal?
IrishWhiskey - 2007-12-18
Or just crossing that thin line between genius and insanity

Camonk - 2007-12-20
My great grandfather apparently knew Patton, and upon seeing this movie he said, "Yeah, that was Patton--except for the voice. He had a high, squeaky voice."
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