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Saving Private Ryan (1998)

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Release Date
• USA: Jul 24, 1998
DVD Release Date
• R1: Nov 2, 1999
• R2: 6 Nov 2000

Budget $70,000,000

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MPAA Rating
R

Running Time
2 hours, 50 minutes

Country USA

Studio Amblin Entertainment, Mutual Film Company

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Other Titles
• Saving Private Ryan
• Der Soldat James Ryan (1998)



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Genre: Action, War, Drama, World War II, Epic, Gore, Tragedy, Military, Disturbing, Cult Classic, Mistaken Identity, True Story

Tagline: The mission is a man.

Plot: Director Steven Spielberg's World War II tour de force chronicles the journey of a GI squad on a dangerous mission behind enemy lines. Led by Captain John Miller (Tom Hanks), the unit is under orders to track down a soldier, Private Ryan (Matt Damon), so he might return home to his mother in America, where she is grieving the unimaginable loss of her three other sons to the war. The first unforgettable 20 minutes of SAVING PRIVATE RYAN realistically and horrifically depicts the Normandy invasion as Miller. his second-in-command, Sergeant Horvath (Tom Sizemore), and the others in the unit land at Omaha Beach. Before the film began shooting, Hanks and the actors in his squad went through a one-week boot camp in the woods. All the actors, except Hanks, wanted to quit, but Hanks rallied their spirits by reminding them of the incredible tribulations endured by the real veterans of World War II. Production designer Tom Sanders found a beach in Ireland that perfectly matched the landscape of Normandy’s. Spielberg gave great credit to the Irish army who helped re-create the Omaha Beach scenes.

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 Directed by
Steven Spielberg
Schindler's List, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
 Written by
Robert Rodat
The Patriot, Fly Away Home, Tall Tale
 Cast
Tom Hanks
Forrest Gump, The Green Mile, Toy Story
Edward Burns
15 Minutes, Confidence, Life or Something Like It
Tom Sizemore
Heat, Pearl Harbor, Black Hawk Down
Matt Damon
Good Will Hunting, Ocean's Eleven, Dogma
Jeremy Davies
Twister, Dogville, Solaris
Adam Goldberg
A Beautiful Mind, Dazed and Confused, Edtv
Barry Pepper
The Green Mile, Enemy of the State, 25th Hour
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 Music By
John Williams
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, Schindler's List, Raiders of the Lost Ark

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