Dwayne Epstein is an accomplished author and biographer, renowned for his insightful explorations into the intricacies of his subjects’ lives. His most notable works include Lee Marvin: Point Blank and Killin’ Generals: The Making of The Dirty Dozen.

He delves into some of Lee Marvin’s thoughts on The Dirty Dozen and how his favorite aspect of the movie was how it reflected the thoughts and feelings of the greatest generation—the ordinary people who lived through it.

Dwayne also shares that Lee Marvin was a US marine serving in the Pacific theater before he became an actor. He talks about how Marvin suffered from PTSD his entire life upon returning due to his harrowing experiences and his realization of how horrific war really was.

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