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Elliott Gould film reviews


Elliott Gould

American actor

Born
29 August 1938
in New York CityNew YorkUnited States


1970

MASH

as Trapper John McIntyre

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1970

In 1951 two surgeons arrive to Korea torn by the war. They are to be part of the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) unit located near the front line. Now they have to adapt to life within army and in constant flood of casualties.

1977

A Bridge Too Far

as Colonel Stout

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1977

Operation Market-Garden, the daring plan of General Montgomery to break into Germany with help of paratroopers goes wrong. Based on real events.

1978

Capricorn One

as Robert Caulfield

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1978

NASA prepares the take-off of manned mission to Mars, but how the crew members will soon discover it will not be in any way missino similiar to previous ones.

1979

Escape to Athena

as Charlie Dane

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1979

Prisoners on the Greek island plan to escape by... breaking into German military base.

1994-2003

Friends

as Jack Geller

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1994

School time friends begin to live together in two flats in New York City, but their emotions from the past begin to affect their present love and career choices.

2001

Ocean’s Eleven

as Reuben Tishkoff

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 2001

Con man Danny Ocean is released from prison on parole, but quickly he returns to his old habits. This time he plans a huge job - robbery of not one, but three casinos.

2004

Ocean’s Twelve

as Reuben Tishkoff

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 2004

Terry Benedict did not forgot what Ocean’s team has done - they robbed his casinos, so now he’s going to get them. He tracks down each member of the team and demands his money back with interest.

2007

Ocean’s Thirteen

as Reuben Tishkoff

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 2007

Reuben has suffered heart attack when his business partner left him broke. Danny Ocean puts together his team again, this time to plan revenge.




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