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|The Gypsy Warriors|
Actors: Tom Selleck, James Whitmore Jr.
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Military & War
An action-packed World War II drama about two fearless U.S. Army Captains instructed to infiltrate Nazi-occupied France to retrieve a deadly toxin. While carrying out their mission, they are befriended and aided by a compa... more »
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Bill T. from MONETTA, SC
Reviewed on 7/29/2017...
bad acting says it all
1 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Sad to see on DVD
Ardy Ess | California coast | 04/07/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"They put this low budget, poor excuse for a made for TV movie on DVD? Where is Lassiter? Where is High Road to China? Who makes these choices? I like Selleck movies, but stock clips poorly mixed with back lot (room, lot would be too lofty) scenes complete with learning the trade acting. Did I really give it 2 stars. I guess I really do like TS movies."
Not Tom Selleck's best movie
R. Bagula | Lakeside, Ca United States | 07/02/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"First of all the music is really bad.
The one fellow in 1940 France calls the Tom Selleck character "Gung Ho"
which comes from a 1942 Marine movie ?
Some of the props in the biology lab are just there by
"time travel' with plastics and electronics not seem until the 1980's.
I have no idea if France ever had a secret biological
lab, but if it did, it would have been very near
In short the acting may be better than the script writing,
producing and directing here?
Missions like this weren't organized until later in the war
and were mostly carried out by British commandos under the OSS?
The art work in contrast to the music is very well done.
Not what I expected
Geri H. Ball | 05/17/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I am a fan of Tom Selleck and have purchased most of the available DVDs he has been featured or associated with. When I saw the photo on The Gypsy Warriors I was intersted and read what little data that was offered... little information and no story line or teaser that told the fact that this was more or less a tv show expanded to a less than satisfying waste of time and money. I would classify it as a C story and a C+ for acting. It is one of those cases where: "if you have never heard of the movie there is a good reason". My one consolation is that the service to get it was good, and the price was less than going to the theater. Would I recommend it to a friend? No, but I will keep it on my shelf as reminder to look closer before I leap."