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From “Kelly’s Heroes” — nearly 10 minutes of the best scenes with Sergeant Oddball!

Your favorite proto-beatnik tank commander in one of the best war comedies of all time.

Source: dingo585, Youtube

“Always with the negative waves, Moriarty!”

Such is the tagline we associate with the uber-chill tank commander Sergeant Oddball, masterfully played by Donald Sutherland in the 1970 World War II comedy “Kelly’s Heroes.”

Although this film had an all-star cast including Clint Eastwood, Telly Savalas, and Don Rickles, for many of us Sutherland stole the show with his useful reminders about things such as the need to say “something righteous and hopeful for a change” in between firefights.

Although the entire film is a repeat must-watch for any serious war movie buff, when you need a quick dose of positive energy sometimes back-to-back Oddball footage is the only remedy.

Check out this upload from Youtube user dingo585 for an Oddball overload.  Enjoy!

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