At one point they even traveled right alongside a Japanese warship without them noticing anything strange which was good, because none of the commandos could speak Malay. So racism is OK as long as you have plenty of bombs and canoes. Such was the thinking of Israeli special forces commandos who infiltrated Beirut in to kill three leaders of the PLO. See, this is something that doesn't come up in the movies -- when you're trying to shoot from far away with any kind of wind, you have almost no goddamned idea where the bullet will end up. And not out to dinner, unless they both ordered a lead steak. Oh, and lest you think this was a bad career move, one of the "women" was Ehud Barak, who later became Prime Minister of Israel and is currently Defense Minister. People died because they mistook this man for a woman. He found it in two Iraqi troops who were holding up the offensive. Maharis eventually did break into movies, but they were all forgettable B-grade films. Route 66 producer Herbert B. When a particularly persistent sergeant insisted that the whole thing was clearly a trick, Murat demanded to know if the Austrian officers were going to let an enlisted man talk to them like that. They continued to saunter across, laughing off any attempts to stop them. Lannes, displaying such huge balls that their gravity started attracting debutantes, snatched the match from his hand and angrily insisted that since a truce had been signed, the sergeant was destroying public property, and if he tried it again, Lannes would have him arrested, goddammit. Maharis, for his part, started to feel that he was carrying the show and was going unappreciated. Needless to say, the Iraqi was killed, though we're fairly certain his last words were the equivalent of "Oh, no fucking way. Over the years, we at Cracked have gathered a formidable collection of these stories, and we've put the very best of them here so that a whole new generation of readers can feel inadequate about their life choices.