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By GERALD PEARY  |  March 28, 2007

Two more recommendations. On April 8, Robert Aldrich’s wildly popular and anarchic The Dirty Dozen (1967), with the great Lee Marvin leading his smelly, motley band of killers (John Cassavetes, footballer Jim Brown, crooner Trini López) against the Nazi high command. And on April 10, All Through the Night (1942) finds gambler Humphrey Bogart fighting the German underground on New York’s Upper East Side in a snappy, half-comic Warner Brothers genre flick.

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