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Guy Gabaldon (1926–2006)


Was nominated for the highest military award in the United States, the Medal of Honor, for his capture of 1500 number of Japanese prisoners by his commanding officer, Capt. John Schwabe. The Marine Corps initially down graded the award down to Silver Star, then upgraded it to the Navy Cross, an award just below the Medal of Honor. See more trivia »

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Known For

Hell to Eternity
Hell to Eternity Miscellaneous Crew


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 1960 Hell to Eternity (technical advisor)

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1 Biographical Movie | 1 Print Biography | 1 Portrayal | See more »

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5' 4" (1.63 m)

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When I began taking prisoners it became an addiction - I found that I couldn't stop - I was hooked. See more »


Learned Japanese while living with his Japanese-American adoptive family. He was adopted when he was 12. At the outbreak of World War II his adoptive family was sent to a relocation camp in Arizona and he went to Alaska to work in a cannery. He joined the Marines at 17. See more »


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