Patton Logo

Silence Patton asks the question:

Why was General Patton silenced during his service in World War II?
Prevented from receiving needed supplies that would have ended the war nine months earlier, freed the death camps, and prevented Russian invasion of the Eastern Bloc, and Stalin’s murderous rampage.


Robert Orlando

Robert Orlando

Monday, 07 November 2016 16:15

The Collegian

"With original footage, expert interviews and beautiful cinematography, Robert Orlando weaves a story of politics, betrayal and an unwillingness to conquer. An unwillingness to conquer that led to the 45 years of the Cold War. Orlando hopes that this film, and more to come in the future, will “challenge long held views and initiate conversation.” In short, he wants this series of films to “challenge academia.” What better way to do that than to research thoroughly, craft the historical timeline of events and present with the story-telling excellence of Hollywood, as Orlando has done in Silence Patton. Kengor contributed an interview to the one and a half year-long project and was pleased with the finished product, saying that “from a technical-film standpoint, there was some genuine artistry on display there.”  

Wednesday, 11 May 2016 16:20


Coming to a theater near you: 2016

A Film By Robert Orlando
Tuesday, 10 May 2016 09:18


Sunday, 01 May 2016 11:42

Cast & Crew


  • Robert Orlando

Executive Producers

Associate Producers


  • Don Kruizinga

    Don Kruizinga

    General Patton
  • Monty Keely

    Monty Keely

    Winston Churchill
  • Robin Acker

    Robin Acker

    Dwight Eisenhower
  • William Ohl

    William Ohl

    Omar Bradley
  • Leland Prater

    Leland Prater

    Joseph Stalin
  • Ricky Aynes

    Ricky Aynes

    President Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • David Duke

    David Duke

    General Montgomery
  • Nate Bright

    Nate Bright

    Adolf Hitler
  • Debbie Tucker

    Debbie Tucker

    Beatrice Patton
  • David Hanson

    David Hanson

    WW2 Doctor
  • Cait Brase

    Cait Brase

    WW2 Nurse

Storyboard and Concept Artist

David Orlandelli

Visual Effects

Javier Dauden, David Orlandelli, Bryan Youpa

Key Creative Artist

David Orlandelli


John Kaefer

Voice Over

Peter Reznikoff

Edited by

Greg Heller, Robert Orlando

Story Consultant

Victor Davis Hanson


Kyle Prohaska

Thursday, 28 April 2016 11:31

The General George S. Patton Story

Thursday, 28 April 2016 11:26

Patton Speech

History has no shortage of conspiracy theories: NASA faking the moon landing, the U.S. government orchestrating 9/11, or Oswald not acting alone. Gallons of ink have been spilled for the art of conjecture, and speculation has become its own cottage industry. Cover-ups often accompany conspiracies, but it is a mistake to confuse the two. Richard Nixon — no stranger to conspiracy or cover-up — astutely observed, “If you are ever going to lie, you go to jail for the lie rather than the crime.” Or in the case of Bill Clinton, you get impeached.

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 15:02

The Foresight Of Patton

A man who could see Stalin's real agenda long before the rest of the world caught on.
Nearly 70 years after the untimely death of U.S. General George S. Patton, suspicions linger as to the nature and circumstances surrounding the demise of this formidable military genius. On a war-torn, two-lane highway in Mannheim, Germany, Patton’s car was struck on December 21, 1945 by a two-ton Army truck less than six months after the end of WWII hostilities in Europe. The accident left Patton clinging to life in a Heidelberg hospital during a crucial period when the Allies were attempting to transition from the ravages of war to a sustained peace in Germany. Within three weeks, Patton would lose his final battle, and the fate of post-war Germany would be sealed for several decades.

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 12:04

Silence Patton Director's Promo

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 11:18

Silence Patton Excerpt - Prague Post WW2

Page 1 of 3


Join our email list

May 16,1976

May 16,1976

Patton's initial combact esperience Became the first motorized attack in the history of u.s. warfare

Wars may be fought with weapons,

Wars may be fought with weapons,

"but they are won by men."
General Patton
The dead of one man is a tragedy

The dead of one man is a tragedy

The dead of millions is a statistic.
Josef Stalin

Copyright © 2016 | NEXUS MEDIA | NEXUSWEB
20 NASSAU STREET. 103 PRINCETON NJ 08542 USA | +1(609) 430-8286 |