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Dirty Dozen: Next Mission, The
The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission is a 1985 made-for-television sequel to The Dirty Dozen (1967). Lee Marvin returns as Major John Reisman (despite the 18-year gap between films) as he leads another group of American misfits on a dangerous mission behind enemy lines. Also returning from the original film are Ernest Borgnine and Richard Jaeckel. The success of this film led to two more sequels: The Dirty Dozen: The Deadly Mission and The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission.
The following weapons were used in the film The Dirty Dozen: The Next Mission:
The majority of the new Dozen carry the MP40 on their mission. A few of the German soldiers are seen with them as well, but they mostly use K98's.
Major Reisman and Louis Valentine (Ken Wahl) both are seen using the Bergmann MP35/I.
General Dietrich's aide, Colonel Schmidt (Crispin Denys) has a Luger P08 that he takes out in one scene. Dietrich says it is a "special model."
General Sepp Dietrich (Wolf Kahler) uses a Walther PPK to kill his aide, Colonel Schmidt. An interesting note is that Wolf Kahler played another Nazi officer named Dietrich in "Raiders of the Lost Ark."
A particularly excitable Gestapo officer uses a CZ 27.
Karabiner 98k (fitted with scope and suppressor)
Arlen Dregors (Ricco Ross) is given a Karabiner 98k with a large scope and a suppressor which he uses to assassinate General Dietrich.
Instead of the stereotypical MP40, most of the German soldiers in this film are armed with Karabiner 98ks.
Some German troops are seen with Sturmgewehr 44s.
A MG34 is first seen sitting in the Kübelwagen the Gestapo agent commandeers. Later the soldier riding in the backseat wields the weapon.
During the climax, Sam Sixkiller (Sonny Landham) operates a MG42. German soldiers riding in sidecars also wield MG42s.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
When the Dozen crashland in England after escaping in Hitler's plane, a farmer in the Home Guard thinks they're Germans and attempts to take them prisoner with his shotgun. Reisman takes the weapon from him.