Country of Origin: United States
Production year: 1970
Director: Franklin J. Schaffner
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: 086162-125799
Running time: 2:51 (171 Min.)
Casetype: Keep Case
Format: NTSC, 2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Double-Layered
Released: November 02, 1999
Collection type: Owned (#1061)
Status: Available
Purchase date: May 14, 2005
Purchase price: Hidden
Review (movie): 9 / 10
Review (video): 9 / 10
A critically acclaimed film that won a total of eight 1970 Academy Awards® (including Best Picture), PATTON is a riveting portrait of one of the 20th century's greatest military geniuses. One of its Oscars® went to George C. Scott for his triumphant portrayal of George Patton, the only Allied general truly feared by the Nazis. Charismatic and flamboyant, Patton designed his own uniforms, sported ivory-handled six-shooters, and believed he was a warrior in past lives. He outmaneuvered Rommel in Africa, and after D-Day led his troops in an unstoppable campaign across Europe. But he was rebellious as well as brilliant, and as PATTON shows with insight and poignancy, his own volatile personality was one enemy he could never defeat.
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Production Studios:
 • Twentieth Century Fox
Media Companies:
 • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Audio format
English  Dolby Digital 5.1
English  Dolby Digital Surround
French  Dolby Digital Mono
Commentary  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
# Description A B DS DL A DL B
1Main Feature
2Bonus Materials
 • Scene Access
 • Feature Trailers
 • Bonus Trailers
 • Featurettes
 • Commentary
 • THX Certified
 • Closed Captioned
 • Jerry Goldsmith's original score
Easter Eggs
20th Century Fox Home Video has added some material on the release of the George C. Scott classic 'Patton' without telling anyone, it seems.

On the second disc of the package, after the isolated score is finished, you will get to hear what sounds like outtakes from the recording session for the soundtrack with composer Jerry Goldsmith. Following these outtakes multiple radio spots from 1970 come on for you to listen to.

By now, most of you have certainly also noticed that the film itself is actually 16x9 enhanced, although it is not advertised as such on the packaging.
Franklin J. Schaffner....Director
Francis Ford Coppola....Story By
Edmund H. North....Story By
Francis Ford Coppola....Screenwriter
Edmund H. North....Screenwriter
Patton: Ordeal and Triumph
Ladislas Farago....Original Material By
A Soldier's Story
Omar N. Bradley....Original Material By
Frank McCarthy....Producer
Fred Koenekamp....Director of Photography
Film Editing
Hugh S. Fowler....Film Editor
Jerry Goldsmith....Composer
James Corcoran....Sound
Douglas Williams....Sound
Murray Spivack....Sound
Don Bassman....Sound
Ted Soderberg....Sound
Urie McCleary....Art Director
Gil Parrando....Art Director
L.B. Abbott....Visual Effects
Art Cruickshank....Visual Effects
Dan Striepeke....Make-up Artist
Del Acevedo....Make-up Artist
George C. Scott....General George S. Patton, Jr.
Karl Malden....General Omar N. Bradley
Stephen Young....Captain Chester B. Hansen
Michael Strong....Brigadier General Hobart Carver
Cary Loftin....General Bradley's Driver
Albert Dumortier....Moroccan Minister
Frank Latimore....Lieutenant Colonel Henry Davenport
Morgan Paull....Captain Richard N. Jenson
Karl Michael Vogler....Field Marshal Erwin Rommel
Bill Hickman....General Patton's Driver
Patrick J. Zurica....First Lieutenant Alexander Stiller
James Edwards....Sergeant William George Meeks
Lawrence Dobkin....Colonel Gaston Bell
David Bauer....Lieutenant General Harry Buford
John Barrie....Air Vice-Marshal Sir Arthur Coningham
Richard Muench....Colonel General Alfred Jodl
Siegfried Rauch....Captain Oskar Steiger
Michael Bates....Field Marshal Sir Bernard Law Montgomery
Paul Stevens....Lieutenant Colonel Charles R. Codman
Gerald Flood....Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder
Jack Gwillim....General Sir Harold Alexander
Edward Binns....Major General Walter Bedell Smith
Peter Barkworth....Colonel John Welkin
Lionel Murton....Third Army Chaplain
David Healy....Clergyman
Sandy Kevin....Correspondent
Douglas Wilmer....Major General Francis de Guingand
John Doucette....Major General Lucian K. Truscott
Tim Considine....Soldier Who Gets Slapped
Abraxas Aaran....Willy
Clint Ritchie....Tank Captain
Alan MacNaughtan....British Briefing Officer
Brandon Brady....Lt. Young (uncredited)
Bruce Rhodewalt....Cynical Wounded Soldier (uncredited)