The Devil Dogs

The Devil Dogs

The Devil Dogs is a movie starring Gilles Lagin, Dominique Reymond, and Laurent Desponds. Belleau Wood, France, June 1918. After three weeks of battle, the US Marines stopped the German advance a few miles from Paris. They earned...

Running Time
52 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Antoine Favre, Laura Froidefond
Writer
Laura Froidefond, Antoine Favre
Actors
Dominique Reymond, Laurent Desponds, Gilles Lagin
Country
France
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «The Devil Dogs» (20)

Eugene Silva avatar
Eugene Silva

Belleau Wood, France, June 1918. After three weeks of battle, the US Marines stopped the German advance a few miles from Paris. They earned the name of "Devil Dogs" and made victory possible for the Allies. Gilles Lagin has given himself a mission: to preserve the memory of the American soldiers who fought in Belleau Wood. For 40 years, he has led families into the footsteps of their ancestors, the 1918 Devil Dogs.

Carl avatar
Carl

one of the best movies ive ever watched .

Kelly avatar
Kelly

Can watch it 10 times and still see new things you missed. Laura Froidefond is a genius!

Frank Contreras avatar
Frank Contreras

It's a blast! Magnificent! I generally adored this movie! It is awesome.

Roger F. avatar
Roger F.

It was worthy of the Oscar nomination

Tammy P. avatar
Tammy P.

Great feel good movie.

Nicole Cole avatar
Nicole Cole

Absolutely stunning movie far exceeded expectations.

Joan avatar
Joan

The show is well-written, futuristic, and nearly flawless. Give this film a chance, you'll be beyond thankful you did.

Howard avatar
Howard

Great movie, well written by wonderful Antoine Favre, and great acting.

Brittany avatar
Brittany

An Unstoppable Force of Awesomeness! I'm just going to say, Laurent Desponds & Gilles Lagin combination equals AWESOME and leave it at that!!! This movie defines MUST SEE.