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The Last Days of Patton

The Last Days of Patton

Dec. 15, 1986146 Min.
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As a result of General George S. Patton’s (George C. Scott) decision to use former Nazis to help reconstruct post-World War II Germany (and publicly defending the practice), General Dwight Eisenhower (Richard Dysart) removes him from that task and reassigns him to supervise “an army of clerks” whose task is to write the official history of the U.S. military involvement in World War II. Shortly thereafter, on December 9, 1945 (a day before he was to transfer back to the United States), Patton is involved in an automobile accident that seriously injures his spinal column, paralyzing him. As he lies in his hospital bed, he flashes back to earlier pivotal moments in his life, including stories his father told him of his grandfather’s service during the American Civil War which inspired him to attend the United States Military Academy at West Point, his marriage to his wife Beatrice (Eva Marie Saint), and his championing of the use of tanks in the United States Army.
Original title The Last Days of Patton
TMDb Rating 5.2 2 votes


Delbert Mann


George C. Scott isGeneral George S. Patton Jr.
General George S. Patton Jr.
Eva Marie Saint isMrs. Beatrice Ayer Patton
Mrs. Beatrice Ayer Patton
Richard Dysart isGen. Dwight D. Eisenhower
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower
Murray Hamilton isGen. Hobart 'Hap' Gay
Gen. Hobart 'Hap' Gay
Ed Lauter isDr. Lt.Col. Paul S. Hill
Dr. Lt.Col. Paul S. Hill
Horst Janson isBaron von Wangenheim
Baron von Wangenheim
Daniel Benzali isCol. Glen Spurling
Col. Glen Spurling
Ron Berglas isYoung Patton
Young Patton
Don Fellows isLt.Gen. Walter Bedell Smith
Lt.Gen. Walter Bedell Smith

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