Stone & Sjursen Part 2 – Ep 72
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Part 2 of Danny’s discussion with Oliver Stone is here!!! Danny and Oliver discuss differences between their combat experiences, the unabashed hero worship of modern military movies, the productions of Platoon and Salvador, the all volunteer force, and much, much more. A great discussion and it’s only part 2 of 4. Enjoy!!!
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