The Dirty Dozen (1967)
Ernest Borgnine: General Worden
Maj. Gen. Worden : This war was *not* started for your private gratification, and you can be damned sure it's not being run for your personal convenience, either!
[after being given his mission]
Maj. Gen. Worden : What do you say, Major?
Major John Reisman : lt confirms a suspicion l've had for some time now, sir.
Maj. Gen. Worden : Think we might share that suspicion? l think you should.
Major John Reisman : Since we are over here to try to win the war, it shouldn't be advertised that someone we work for is a raving lunatic.
Gen. Denton : Major Reisman is heading toward a court martial of his own. He's the most ill-mannered, ill-disciplined officer that it's ever been my displeasure to meet.
Maj. Gen. Worden : You think so, Denton? You may be right. But he's sure right about one thing. Somebody up there must be a raving lunatic.