The Giant Killer (2017)

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release year: 2017 (2017-11-10)
  • Running time: 79 min
  • Original Title: The Giant Killer
  • Voted: 66
The Giant Killer is a movie starring Harvey Arango, Ernie Bourcier, and Jeff Burns. "The true story of the smallest Green Beret soldier who became a war hero-only to be killed homeless and alone, whose life and death are shrouded in...
  • Sadly all to real and well done 3/7/2018 12:00:00 AM by kevbas 10

    I had hard time watching this great movie as I knew Richard from the streets and I began to question so many thing that I was seeing in this film. From the start to the end the movie brings you in the life of a this "little man" that was mysterious but yet so interesting. I thought the Director was able to grasp the element of mystery and allure of the man that so many had questions for so many years. Worth the watch and even the sad ending even made me proud of the man and what he did for this country.

  • Absolutely fantastic 3/7/2018 12:00:00 AM by annakluz 10

    Great documentary from beginning to end, well done.

  • Moving, gritty and real life drama and mystery 2/22/2018 12:00:00 AM by elmamberoh 10

    The story of a tiny man who somehow got in the army although he didn't make the height cut. Went to Vietnam and was a war hero. He was involved with the CIA, Revolutionaries, became homeless and that is only a small part of this complex and incredible man's story. A must see, you can't make this stuff up!

  • Some of life's greatest treasures come in small packages. 3/2/2018 12:00:00 AM by morrist-58493 10

    A must see touching and true story of a forgotten decorated hero from Vietnam. How many secrets did he take to the grave? We will never know.

  • Well Done. 6/12/2019 12:00:00 AM by gaseconomics 9

    From my perspective, the filming was well done. I'll be honest and say I didn't expect the quality of the documentary to be a good as it was. David did a great job on presenting the facts in a way that kept me interested in the whole story line. For me, what was interesting (which I thought he should have led with, the "hook") wasn't until 70% through the movie.

    Great job David.

1Daniel Columbiecinematographer
2David Yuzukdirector
3Peter Spirerproducer
4Harvey Arangoself
5Ernie Bourcierself
6Jeff Burnsself
7Carl Cainself
8Jeremy McDermottwriter
9Jay Miraclewriter
10Neil Yuzukwriter