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Company of Heroes (film)

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Director  Don Michael Paul
Music director  Frederik Wiedmann
Country  United States
5/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, War
Screenplay  David Reed
Language  English German
Company of Heroes (film) movie poster
Writer  Danny Bilson, Paul De Meo
Release date  February 26, 2013 (2013-02-26)
Cast  Tom Sizemore (Dean Ranson), Chad Michael Collins (Nate), Vinnie Jones (Brent Willoughby), Jürgen Prochnow (Luca Gruenewald), Dimitri Diatchenko (Ivan Puzharski), Melia Kreiling (Kestrel)
Similar movies  When Trumpets Fade, None But the Brave, Hell Is for Heroes, The Thin Red Line, Anzio, Farewell to the King

Company of Heroes is a 2013 American film directed by Don Michael Paul, very loosely related to the video game of the same name.


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Company of Heroes (film) movie scenes

With the Germans apparently near defeat in the latter part of World War II, a squad of American soldiers from the 2nd Infantry Division on a routine mission near Elsenborn in the Belgian Ardennes encounter a surprisingly strong German tank destroyer and infantry force. After a fierce firefight, the Americans escape and try to make their way back to their own lines to report the German surge. En route, they stumble across a German experimental site, still smoldering with flames from some devastating event. Surprisingly, this site is in Heidenfeld, Thuringia in Germany, although their own lines are hundreds of kilometers away in Belgium.

They come across an American OSS agent suffering from horrific burn wounds, and learn that the Germans are close to development of a super-bomb which will enable them to turn the tide of war and achieve victory. The American agent, knowing that he is near death, asks the soldiers to complete his mission: to find the bomb, disable it, and extract the scientist developing it who wishes to defect. With their sergeant and other NCOs dead, the youngest of the soldiers, Nate Burrows (Chad Michael Collins) and Dean Ransom (Tom Sizemore) a cook who had been demoted from Lieutenant after the D-Day landings lead them deep into Nazi territory. There, they are joined by escaped British airman Brent Willoughby (Vinnie Jones) and Red Army soldier Ivan Pozarsky (Dimitri Diatchenko). Discovered and pursued, the Allies make a series of hair-breadth escapes from vastly superior numbers of well-armed Nazi soldiers and finally make contact with a woman named Kestrel (Melia Kreiling), their link to the bomb and to the scientist Dr. Luca Gruenewald (Jürgen Prochnow).


  • Tom Sizemore as Lt. Dean Ransom
  • Chad Michael Collins as Nate Burrows
  • Vinnie Jones as Brent Willoughby
  • Dimitri Diatchenko as Ivan Pozarsky
  • Neal McDonough as Lt. Joe Conti
  • Sam Spruell as Sgt. Matherson
  • Richard Sammel as Commandant Beimler
  • Melia Kreiling as Kestrel
  • Philip Rham as Lt. Schott
  • Alastair Mackenzie as Duncan Chambliss
  • Jürgen Prochnow as Dr. Luca Gruenewald
  • Peter Ladjev as Ricky Rizzo
  • Ivo Arakov as Johnny Lewis
  • Atanas Srebrev as O.S.S. Officer
  • Zara Dimitrova as Coat-Check Girl
  • Hristo Balabanov as Nazi Guard
  • Uti Bachvarov as German Cook
  • Alexander Nosikoff as Opera Singer
  • Vanya Rankova as Beimler's Wife
  • Brian Glanney as Beck (uncredited)
  • Velibor Topic as Soviet Soldier (uncredited)
  • References

    Company of Heroes (film) Wikipedia
    Company of Heroes (film) IMDb Company of Heroes (film)