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    The World War II phase of the career as well as numerous faults of the controversial American general, George S. Patton. 
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  • Actors of "Patton"

  • Characters of "Patton"

    1st Lt. Alexander Stiller. Character of Patton
    Played by: Pat Zurica
    George S. Patton. Character of Patton
    Gen. Omar Bradley. Character of Patton
    Played by: Karl Malden
    Capt. Chester B. Hansen. Character of Patton
    Played by: Stephen Young
    Brigadier General Hobart Carver. Character of Patton
    Played by: Michael Strong
    Moroccan Minister. Character of Patton
    Lt. Col. Henry Davenport. Character of Patton
    Played by: Frank Latimore
    Capt. Richard N. Jenson. Character of Patton
    Played by: Morgan Paull
    Erwin Rommel. Character of Patton
    General Patton's Driver. Character of Patton
    Played by: Bill Hickman
    Sgt. William George Meeks. Character of Patton
    Played by: James Edwards
    Col. Gaston Bell. Character of Patton
    Lt. Gen. Harry Buford. Character of Patton
    Played by: David Bauer
    Air Vice-Marshal Sir Arthur Coningham. Character of Patton
    Played by: John Barrie
    Alfred Jodl. Character of Patton
    Capt. Oskar Steiger. Character of Patton
    General Bernard L. Montgomery. Character of Patton
    Played by: Michael Bates
    Lt. Col. Charles R. Codman. Character of Patton
    Played by: Paul Stevens
    Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder. Character of Patton
    Played by: Gerald Flood
    Gen. Sir Harold Alexander. Character of Patton
    Played by: Jack Gwillim
    Maj. Gen. Walter Bedell Smith. Character of Patton
    Played by: Edward Binns
    Col. John Welkin. Character of Patton
    Maj. Gen. Francis de Guingand. Character of Patton
    Played by: Douglas Wilmer
    Major General Lucian K. Truscott. Character of Patton
    Played by: John Doucette
    Soldier Who Gets Slapped. Character of Patton
    Played by: Tim Considine
  • Directors of "Patton"

    Franklin J. Schaffner. Director of Patton
    Franklin J. Schaffner
    Birthdate: 30 May 1920, Tokyo, Japan
  • Creators of "Patton"

    Francis Ford Coppola. Director of Patton
    Francis Ford Coppola
    Birthdate: 7 April 1939, Detroit, Michigan, USA
    Edmund H. North. Director of Patton
    Edmund H. North
    Birthdate: 12 March 1911, New York City, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Patton"

    New York Daily News
    February 22, 2015

    I'd like to pin four stars on each shoulder of George C. Scott for his perspective characterization of the military genius, the controversial man.

    TIME Magazine
    February 22, 2015

    The movie's vision blurs the man and, incidentally, the just war around him.

    Village Voice
    February 06, 2013

    George C. Scott's performance cannot be praised highly enough for capturing both the violence and the vulnerability of the Patton personality without degenerating either into vulgar caricature or cardboard sentimentality.

    February 19, 2008

    War is hell, and Patton is one hell of a war picture, perhaps one of the most remarkable of its type ever made.

    Chicago Reader
    December 13, 2006

    Nixon's favorite movie, which proves he was blind to ambiguity as well as a few other things.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    The film lays bare the roots of Patton's lust for power in his willingess to sacrifice everything to his vaunting ego, a trait which is mirrored in George C Scott's superb performance.

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    March 01, 2015

    George C. Scott makes for such an unstoppably watchable Patton that... he makes every single onscreen moment feels like the most vital thing you have ever seen in a movie.

    Radio Times
    February 21, 2014

    Combining blimpish bluster with moments of monstrous ego and unexpected humanity, Scott makes this magnificent film unforgettable.

    Three Movie Buffs
    February 15, 2013

    Although I have sometimes complained about the length of movies, I wouldn't begrudge a single minute from Patton's nearly three hour running time.

    Total Film
    February 15, 2013

    It's certainly a great performance from Scott, a seamless, pity-free portrayal.

    Common Sense Media
    March 09, 2012

    George C. Scott's intuitive, powerhouse performance paints a complex picture of a steadfast soldier that believed firmly in reincarnation, colorful language, and the glories of war.
    May 14, 2009

    Scott is extraordinary -- intense, brazen, passionate.

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