Wounded Saunders tries to convince a blind French girl's (Claudine Longet) fiance to help him rescue captured Caje.
Strange calamities convince the squad that a new soldier (Tom Simcox) is a jinx.
Kirby and Littlejohn volunteer to drive explosives-laden trucks.
Saunders has difficulty protecting reckless, irresponsible jazz musician (Dan Duryea) and his jazz band.
German infiltrators dressed as British soldiers sow confusion behind Allied lines.
Deep behind the lines, Saunders escapes from a train bound for a prison camp and is pursued by dogs.
An Army officer (James Daly) won't allow his war-correspondent son (James MacArthur) to go on patrols.
A delirious French resistance fighter (Telly Savalas) kills allies and enemies alike to protect his family.
Saunders rejects the demand of German-hating Gypsies to turn over a POW.
Germans trap Hanley's men in a cave which collapses around them.
Saunders delivers a bequest to an orphanage and has a bittersweet romance with its director (Carol Lawrence).
Kirby objects to taking along a captured German medic (Robert Duvall), feeling he will jeopardize the mission.
The new man (James Stacy) in Hanley's squad doesn't seem interested in doing his job.
Four French children wound and capture Littlejohn to sell him first to Americans, then to Germans.
Two days of continuous patrol in rough weather exhaust the squad and cause a morale problem.
A withdrawn soldier's (Jason Evers) moods cause hostility and endanger one of his fellow troops.
A disillusioned physician (James Franciscus) joins Saunders' unit as a demolitions expert.
Saunders' unit is badly outnumbered by important POWs to be transported to the nearest American line.
Dissension grows when Saunders becomes overprotective of a soldier who strongly resembles his younger brother.
Saunders resists attacking teenage Germans whose stubborn commander has them defending a strategic farmhouse.
A land mine kills one soldier and blinds Saunders who is then rescued by a German chaplain (Fritz Weaver) posing as a British citizen.
French brothers (Fernando Lamas, Sal Mineo), one a war hero and one a boy, join Hanley's men on a behind-the-lines mission.
The jigsaw-puzzle character of a young man who thinks of himself as a GI to the core causes problems.
Saunders' only replacements for a vital mission to blow up a bridge are four soldiers facing court-martial.
A soldier's maniacal hatred for a German gun that killed his men infects the survivors in Saunders' squad.
Kirby is in command when Saunders is called away, but his authority is challenged by a German attack.
An inexperienced soldier (Dwayne Hickman) is afraid he will be called a coward if the squad learns his panic caused another man's death.
A soldier (Brandon de Wilde) gets trapped in quicksand while on a night patrol in enemy-occupied territory.
A German sergeant who escaped from Saunders' custody stalks the squad as a sniper.
Saunders' squad encounters a German girl who is waiting for her soldier father in a French convent, unaware that he has been killed.
Hanley and his exhausted men are ordered to make another assault on the hill and its two German bunkers.
Two German bunkers stop Hanley's attempts to secure a strategic hill.
A brash Army pilot (Keenan Wynn) flying Hanley on a reconnaissance mission is forced to crash in enemy territory.
A lone straggler claiming to be an experienced soldier joins up with Saunders' squad and insists on going along on a dangerous mission.
A German lieutenant poses as an American sergeant to infiltrate a group of POWs and learn about a future battle.
A soldier, secretly a coward, ridicules another soldier (Sal Mineo) for his toughness.
An impostor posing as one of the French underground leads Saunders' men on a mission to destroy an enemy radar installation.
Kirby starts a vendetta against an SS colonel (Albert Paulsen) whom he holds responsible for the death of his sister's soldier fiance.
A bewildered soldier (Tom Simcox) holds Saunders responsible for the deaths of his buddies during a battle to take a hill held by Germans.
A German spy (Jeremy Slate) pretending to be an American flier fakes a plane crash, hoping to be picked up by the French underground.
A corporal, eager for revenge, questions Saunders' efforts to free Hanley, who is the captive of an SS captain.
A French countess (Luise Rainer) risks her life and home by sheltering wounded Hanley from the Germans and her husband (Ramon Navarro).
A quarry owner (Fernando Lamas) endangers troops and himself when he tries to stop Saunders' men from destroying his heavy equipment.
Hanley clashes with a British major when they try to recover a camera from a downed airplane.
Trying to get a wounded man to an aid station, Saunders commandeers a truck carrying a woman (Nina Foch) and a coffin for her son.
Fearing he will be left behind, a wounded soldier won't disclose information he heard over a wiretapped line.
An older soldier (Simon Oakland), one of three replacements, pushes himself to prove he can keep up with younger men.
Hanley is left alone to find a missing OSS officer in a German-held town after a mine explosion injures the other members of his patrol.
Saunders files charges against a double medal-winner, a veteran of D-Day, after the soldier disobeyed a direct order while on patrol.
Saunders, deafened by a grenade explosion, hides with a scrawny dog in the ruins of an abbey.
Hanley disguises himself as an Albanian officer and escapes from a prison camp into the German countryside.
A soldier (Dennis Weaver) endangers the squad by returning to an evacuated farm to help a newborn calf.
A hostile Signal Corps sergeant (Jack Lord) threatens a mission to lay wire to an outpost.
A soldier (John Cassavetes) is accused having a self-inflicted wound when he is recognized as one of few survivors of an earlier campaign.
The weary members of Saunders' squad are faced with defending a road junction with only four inexperienced recruits as their support.
A fight manager (Jack Carter) threatens Saunders' squad when he tries to keep his boxer out of a demolition mission.
Hanley is told a private (Chad Everett) lost on patrol should go home immediately because his wife is dying.
Wounded Saunders wakes in a German first-aid station, wearing a German corporal's uniform and dog tags.
An art devotee (Charles Bronson) resists destroying an observation post because it contains priceless sculptures.
A huge German gun mounted on railroad tracks that connect several caves prevents an American advance.
Saunders orders a tank-school dropout (Frank Gorshin) to drive an abandoned tank, unaware he is claustrophobic.
Both sides cease firing when a woman runs between them to find her child, who may be buried in a wine cellar.
French patriots plan to hang a traitor whom Hanley's men must rescue and return to London.
German gunfire traps a driver (Terry Carter) and his truck full of wounded in a ravine.
The downed flier Hanley and his men rescue turns out to be stubborn, ungrateful and inexperienced in ground warfare.
Saunders and his men let themselves be captured to free an American correspondent (Dan Duryea) held by Germans.
An escaped convict (Gilbert Roland) steals the clothes and papers of a dead French underground leader and then joins with American forces.
Saunders and his men rush to rescue a snagged American paratrooper dangling from a church steeple.
A young soldier (Frankie Avalon) leans on his late brother's best friend, Kirby, for protection.
A soldier (Tommy Sands) who has never killed refuses to defend himself when he and Saunders are trapped.
A bitter, sarcastic veteran GI has a mysterious hold over a young soldier.
Failing to stop Allied troops from entering a village, a German officer (James Whitmore) poses as a priest.
Hanley orders a captured German officer (Robert Duvall) to personally remove all the land mines in a French spa taken over by Americans.
Littlejohn's insistence on taking a birthday cake from home on a risky patrol mission endangers his cohorts.
A French peasant switches road signs and sends Hanley's men away from a town they were supposed to evacuate.
A soldier (Roddy McDowall) claims he was wounded by English-speaking Germans impersonating U.S. troops.
Caje poses as a handicapped French peasant to rescue wounded Hanley, held prisoner in a French winery.
Kirby insists a presumed-dead sergeant (Rip Torn) actually deserted and is being cared for by French peasants.
While spying at enemy headquarters, Hanley and his men learn a German agent is in their midst.
A sergeant (Neville Brand) in the Signal Corps risks the lives of soldiers to save his specially trained flock of carrier pigeons.
A teenage French girl, who wants to be a front-line nurse, joins Saunders' unit to help the wounded and becomes attached to the sergeant.
Caje, Doc, Saunders and a sergeant (Gary Lockwood) are in a farmhouse where a famous German colonel is scheduled to arrive.
A terrified private (Sal Mineo) turns from coward to reluctant hero when his platoon is ordered to recapture an enemy-held village.
A know-it-all (Mickey Rooney) must prove himself when he and Kirby are trapped behind German lines.
A truck driver (Bobby Rydell) bringing fuel to the front joins with Saunders in an attempt to bust a panzer defense.
Another sergeant (Paul Burke) accuses Saunders of stupidity and bad judgement under fire for giving an order that resulted in two deaths.
A Greek colonel (Telly Savalas) and his band save Hanley's men from enemy fire then promise to lead them to safety.
A war-weary French hermit (Theodore Bikel) helps the squad find a safe route over a snowy mountain range.
Two of Saunders' men die trying rescue a hated soldier trapped between them and the enemy.
The squad encounters a German panzer division while trying to find a nun (Jeanette Nolan) searching for a religious statue.
The squad resents a surly, opinionated lieutenant (Joseph Campanella) who takes over for hospitalized Hanley.
Hanley helps a German-uniformed soldier claiming to be American rescue a captured colonel but later doubts him.
Unknown to Saunders and the squad, their latest replacement soldier (Beau Bridges) is only 15.
Intelligence demands answers from a mute girl (Anjanette Comer), but Hanley wants her to get medical aid.
Saunders is reluctant to stay but begins to think he underestimated the British soldiers.
Saunders and his men warn a British unit of a German advance, but the British commander refuses to retreat.
Saunders may have to fight to the death with a German captain (Alfred Ryder) he and Kirby found in a winery.
The squad and a radio technician (Richard Anderson) are ambushed while repairing a radio station in a French house.
Saunders locks horns with another sergeant over how to get away from surrounding Germans.
Saunders orders all his men on a mission arranged by Hanley, despite a soldier's knee complaints.
A German captain captures Doc, Saunders and Caje then plans to use them to obtain transportation back to German lines.
The sole survivor (Ed Nelson) of a previous patrol volunteers to lead the unit to a German observation post, but his motives seem strange.
Saunders' men and French villagers reconsider their opinions of an elderly general (John Dehner) when he leads a capture of an enemy post.
Hanley and a wounded soldier play dead to elude German captors but find their only escape route has been cut off.
Saunders wants to help Polish laborers escape a German advance but fears his unit is vastly outnumbered.
Caje, Kirby and Nelson plot to win the affections of three lovely French girls during a Christmas lull.
A French guide assigned to lead Hanley and his escort to a meeting with a French guerrilla leader wants them to first help him.
A German deserter finds wounded Saunders hiding in a cave behind enemy lines and agrees to help him.
A French girl blames townspeople and Saunders' squad after neighbors shoot her father as a collaborator.
Saunders' squad has orders to find a crashed American reconnaissance plane carrying important photographs.
Wounded Hanley, attempting to elude German patrols, becomes an unwelcome guest in a French farmhouse.
A friendly French urchin with a knowledge of the area charms the soldiers, but he soon arouses suspicions.
Unable to outrun a counterattack, Saunders and his men hide in the cellar of a bombed-out house.
The elusive rifleman (Eddie Albert) who captures Saunders wears the uniform of a World War I American soldier.
The squad captures a German field hospital inhabited by a doctor, patients and attendants left behind in a retreat.
Saunders must act quickly to escape a German prison compound before Caje is executed.
Saunders' men and other Americans are imprisoned in a camp run by a German captain (Richard Basehart).
The squad meets two strange soldiers (James Coburn, Rocky Marciano) who insist they must bring a wounded prisoner to headquarters.
A former jazz musician (Nick Adams) is determined to avoid injury, even at the expense of loyalty to his buddies.
Saunders' squad escorts a demolitions expert (Lee Marvin) assigned to destroy a bridge and block the enemy's retreat.
Distraught Caje neglects military duties to a serious degree after accidentally killing a French civilian.
A soldier (Dean Stockwell) with a reputation as a one-man army joins the squad, which fears his recklessness.
Injured Saunders sees an Army doctor (Gary Merrill) abandon a critically wounded patient when their ambulance is caught in an air raid.
Saunders agrees to bring along an abandoned infant, even though the baby will hinder the soldiers' mobility.
French villagers give Harley, Saunders and their men an enthusiastic welcome before a sniper opens fire.
Kirby faces court-martial when an eyewitness charges him with cowardice in battle.
Saunders begs an emotionally shattered French girl (Antoinette Bower) to leave her garden and flee a bombardment.
Hanley is chosen to parachute with another agent into France and bring out an important scientist.
The squad must rescue a reckless magazine photographer (Elizabeth Allen) who headed for a French town still thought to be held by Germans.
Injured Saunders falls behind as the squad escapes from German captors and wanders alone through enemy-held territory.
A lone man (Skip Homeier) claiming to be an American officer lost and separated from his unit leads the squad to his hideout in a cave.
Germans who are occupying an important observation post threaten to kill their civilian hostages if attacked.
Saunders is reluctant to send a soldier on a hazardous assignment because of the man's upcoming reunion with his wife, an Army nurse.
A German force led by an aristocratic officer (Dan O'Herlihy) captures Doc, Braddock and a truckload of wounded.
Saunders wonders why a seasoned soldier vacillates between extreme bravery and miserable failure.
A grass-green recruit from Dixie makes it clear that he is not too pleased to be fighting in a "Yankee" outfit.
A 13-year-old French war orphan begs Hanley to let him join the unit then is put to the test when Hanley is wounded as Germans approach.
The French underground rescues Saunders from his German captors, then hides him in a reluctant Parisienne's apartment.
Hanley recommends a soldier (Frank Gorshin) for the Silver Star, but a dead comrade performed the deed.
A French-born soldier (Chris Robinson) in Saunders' unit attempts to find his father, from whom he was separated 14 years earlier.
Braddock enjoys luxury treatment when German captors mistake him for a colonel (Keenan Wynn) for whom Braddock was driving.
Soggy weather on the Normandy front affords Saunders' squad a break from battle and an opportunity to recall D-Day.
Saunders and Caje capture a German army doctor and order him to operate on a wounded Frenchman who knows about German troop movements.
Saunders falls under the command of battle-hardened Sgt. Jenkins (Albert Salmi) for a hazardous mission, but questions his recklessness.
A big-league baseball pitching star (Tab Hunter) is assigned to Saunders' squad as a replacement.
Prisoner Hanley helps an enemy general, wanted by the Gestapo for his involvement in a plot to kill Hitler.
The French underground guides Hanley and his men behind enemy lines to rescue an American flier.
A private who has always worked in the Army kitchens joins the squad, awaiting the enemy at the front.
With bombers overhead, Hanley takes refuge in a church and is trapped with a delayed-action bomb.
The men are grateful for a tank's arrival until they learn its commander's (Jeffrey Hunter) courage is really savagery.
In desperate need of replacements, Saunders receives three misfits and then learns he must take them along on a hazardous mission.
Saunders must decide whether to bring an exhausted prisoner on a retreat or kill him because he knows too much.