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    Question Was there such a tank?

    I saw in the movie battle of the bulge that they talk about a new wonder tank produced by the germans called a king tiger tank?Was there such a tank what was the differance between it and the Panzer VI tiger SD. KFZ.181

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    Default Re: Was there such a tank?

    Oh, thats just a M-47 patton used in the movie as King tigrs.

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    Default Re: Was there such a tank?

    actual King Tiger (Bengal Tiger)

    The movie (model)

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    Default Re: Was there such a tank?

    yes there was and it was a great tank

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    Default Re: Was there such a tank?

    But it was not the surprise "wonder tank" that the movie made it out to be there were King Tigers in combat in Normandy so it was no great surprise....

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    Default Re: Was there such a tank?

    well, that movie was pretty inaccurate.

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    Default Re: Was there such a tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by Major Walter Schmidt View Post
    well, that movie was pretty inaccurate.
    *LOL* That Sir is an understatement of major proportions.

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    Default Re: Was there such a tank?

    Ok. let me rephrase it. That movie is crap historicaly, but it was a jolly good motion picture.

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    Default Re: Was there such a tank?

    M1 Garands don't even have rear sights in that movie, if you look close when Henry Fonda is aiming at the bridge.

    So many inaccuracies in that movie, where do you start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cav1 View Post
    M1 Garands don't even have rear sights in that movie, if you look close when Henry Fonda is aiming at the bridge.
    Given the spectacular marksmanship in movies, especially with that modern oddity of firing pistols when held sideways, I can't imagine why any actor would need any sights.

    Or perhaps they remove sights to reduce the chances of accidents on the set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cav1 View Post
    M1 Garands don't even have rear sights in that movie, if you look close when Henry Fonda is aiming at the bridge.

    So many inaccuracies in that movie, where do you start?
    It is protocol in movie making to not aim at your "target" while movie blanks are relatively safe, they are considered dangerous to people within 25 to 30 feet when used in a rifle.So the rule is aim away from your intended target, so no one gets hurt. Some actors have been injured, and one killed by being careless with stage weapons using blanks. It does sometimes really show as outlined above, but you know, bridges can be sneaky,,,,

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    Default Re: Was there such a tank?

    the kingtiger was a much more powerfull tank thenthe tiger 1 and its armor was sloped wich made id twice as effectif the sherman couldnt penetrate it exept the back of the tank. there where about 500 kt and they sufferd mechanical breakdowns. so they where used in germany as defences not for attack. however many where sent to the battle of the bulge( not al of them ofcource) couple of things that could destroy a kingtiger (front armor)- m36 slugger, js1,2,3 and aircraft bombs. the m26 could do that but it came to late in the war to prove itself. (m26 was equal to tiger 1 but the armor was better due its sloped)

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    Default Re: Was there such a tank?

    The "Patton" tanks were used as german tanks in several US- warmovies, just to name "The Battle of the Bulge" and "Patton".
    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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    Default Re: Was there such a tank?

    in patton, all the tanks were pattons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Walter Schmidt View Post
    in patton, all the tanks were pattons
    Right, Major. Now as you're saying it (-: Yellow Pattons against green Pattons!!! This movie still rules!!!
    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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