Saving Private Ryan (page 5 of 11)

The movie "Saving Private Ryan", directed by Steven Spielberg. Seen here from left, Tom Hanks (as Captain John Miller), and Dennis Farina (as Lieutenant Colonel Anderson). Theatrical release July 24, 1998. Screen capture. Copyright © 1998 DreamWorks LLC and Paramount Pictures Corporation and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Credit: © 1998 DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Saving Private Ryan", directed by Steven Spielberg. Seen here, Dale Dye (as War Department Colonel). Theatrical release July 24, 1998. Screen capture. Copyright © 1998 DreamWorks LLC and Paramount Pictures Corporation and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Credit: © 1998 DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Saving Private Ryan", directed by Steven Spielberg. Seen here, David Wohl (as War Department Captain). Theatrical release July 24, 1998. Screen capture. Copyright © 1998 DreamWorks LLC and Paramount Pictures Corporation and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Credit: © 1998 DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Saving Private Ryan", directed by Steven Spielberg. Seen here, Bryan Cranston (as Colonel I.W. Bryce). Theatrical release July 24, 1998. Screen capture. Copyright © 1998 DreamWorks LLC and Paramount Pictures Corporation and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Credit: © 1998 DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Saving Private Ryan", directed by Steven Spielberg. Seen here, Harve Presnell (as General George C. Marshall, United States Army Chief of Staff). Theatrical release July 24, 1998. Screen capture. Copyright © 1998 DreamWorks LLC and Paramount Pictures Corporation and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Credit: © 1998 DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Saving Private Ryan", directed by Steven Spielberg. Seen here in foreground, backs to camera, Bryan Cranston (as Colonel I.W. Bryce, at left) and David Wohl (as War Department Captain, at right). In center, Harve Presnell (as General George C. Marshall, United States Army Chief of Staff). Theatrical release July 24, 1998. Screen capture. Copyright © 1998 DreamWorks LLC and Paramount Pictures Corporation and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Credit: © 1998 DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Saving Private Ryan", directed by Steven Spielberg. Seen here, Amanda Boxer (as Mrs. Margaret Ryan, back to camera), while a U.S. Army government official arrives to deliver news about her sons. Theatrical release July 24, 1998. Screen capture. Copyright © 1998 DreamWorks LLC and Paramount Pictures Corporation and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Credit: © 1998 DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Saving Private Ryan", directed by Steven Spielberg. Seen here, a U.S. government car approaches the Ryan family farm house in Iowa. Theatrical release July 24, 1998. Screen capture. Copyright © 1998 DreamWorks LLC and Paramount Pictures Corporation and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Credit: © 1998 DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Saving Private Ryan", directed by Steven Spielberg. Seen here in a farm house window, a Blue Star Flag, featuring four stars, each star representing a son in military service. Theatrical release July 24, 1998. Screen capture. Copyright © 1998 DreamWorks LLC and Paramount Pictures Corporation and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Credit: © 1998 DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Saving Private Ryan", directed by Steven Spielberg. Seen here, a typing pool in the War Department, Washington, DC. Theatrical release July 24, 1998. Screen capture. Copyright © 1998 DreamWorks LLC and Paramount Pictures Corporation and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Credit: © 1998 DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures / Courtesy: Pyxurz.