Two former U.S. Army soldiers, Adam Dyer and Josh Corey, join a band of Turkish mercenaries in 1922 Turkey whom are hired by Osman Bey, a local governor, to escort his tree daughters to Smyran and to protect a gold shipment that is to accompany them. Nobody is aware that Elci, a local colonel, plans to seal the gold for himself, while a rebel general persuses all parties involved.
You Can't Win 'Em All were released on 1970-07-23. This movie has no tagline. This movie rated with family friendly movie, since it has no adult content on it. Original title: "You Can't Win 'Em All". There is no detailed info about movie revenue so far. There is no info about You Can't Win 'Em All budget. Spoken languages available for this movie are: English, Movie genres: War, Movie genres: Adventure, Movie genres: Comedy, To ensure validity, this data is updated once a month, and is last updated on 15:59 / 14 Jan 2016.
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Well. You know what they say? It’s a short life at best. You Can’t Win ‘Em All (AKA: Soldiers of Fortune/The Dubious Patriots) is directed by Peter Collinson and written by Leo Gordon. It stars Tony Curtis, Charles Bronson, Michele Mercier, Fikret Hakan, Leo Gordon and Salih Guney. Music is by Bert Kaempfert and cinematography by Kenneth Higgins. 1922 and the Greco-Turkish War is coming to a close, and two soldiers of fortune meet and find themselves on a deadly mission that will either make them rich, get them killed or something else entirely… Marauding machismo under the burning Turkey sun, You Can’t Win ‘Em All is good on intentions and two fisted action quotas. That the script is poor is a shame, because although it’s hardly grade “A” as an actioner, it is a whole bunch of fun and Curtis and Bronson are great company to be in. Collinson constructs the action in a competent manner as he fills out the plot with gunfire, explosions, barroom brawls, biplane attacks, speeding train, foxy women and a picturesque location. Bronson gets to flex his muscles while Curtis deals out the quips, and the narrative has the two men spun into a world of double crosses, bluffs and dubious motives. Their chemistry is solid, they make for a good buddy-buddy pairing. Weak on the page for sure, but enough guts, gusto and grins to ensure it’s worth spending the time with. 6.5/10 by John Chard
|Tony Curtis||Adam Dyer|
|Charles Bronson||Josh Corey|
|Patrick Magee||The General - Ataturk|
|Photo N/A||Peter Collinson||Directing||Director|