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Hi CC, Looks like Amazon.com is the best retail source. This movie stars Jason Patric, who was also in Geronimo, an American Legend - another of my favorites. I'm very much looking forward to watching it! Thank You!
Hi Mako, At 2.25 hours, that's a long movie! I stayed up late watching it and loved it. Free on YouTube. So much action and so much persnonal involvement. Thank You!
Thank you good friends! YGC
By the way guys, I think ORION'S Tank Crews are some of finest in 1/72 soft plastic. After watching the Trailers for "The Beast" I can just see ORION'S Russian Tank Crews in action. I have already bought several sets of their WWII German Panther Crew I for my Afrika Korps tanks, and hope they make a Set II, please!
If you are reading this ORION, I have multiple sets of every color you made of your Polish Winged Hussars. This set by quality and beauty is every bit as exciting to me as the Strelets*R sets of Cavalry from their Crimean War Range.
I am still in progress of restoring my old farm house so we can move in this summer. When this is done, I can't wait to cover my drafting table with Polish Winged Hussars, 17th Lancers, Hussars, The Heavy Brigade, ... Oh I can't wait!
Thank you Strelets*R and ORION! YGC
you may also have a look at this movie, if you like war movies:
Thank you very much for the link. I appreciate the recommendation!
My thanks as well Can we ever hope for a response in soft plastic? Best regards
Thank you very much for the link and recommendation. I watched the complete movie tonight! It had great actors and actresses and portrayed the Russo-Afghan war quite vividly. I have always been fascinated by conflicts in the mountains and deserts such as the FFL, North Africa in WWII and Afghanistan. This is one way to learn a little of those times and events. I enjoyed it very much and again - Thank you!
we'd love to, but as of WWII weapons aren't particularly suitable for our technology.