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Target Zero (1955)

 -  War | Drama  -  4 May 1956 (Finland)
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Lt. Tom Flagler
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Ann Galloway
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Sgt. Vince Gaspari
Richard Wyler ...
Sgt. David Kensemmit (as Richard Stapley)
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Pvt. Felix O'Hara
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Pvt. Moose
John Alderson ...
Cpl. Devon Enoch
Terence de Marney ...
Pvt. Harry Fontenoy
John Dennis ...
Pfc. George
Angela Loo ...
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One of the few Korean war films...
6 January 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Good depiction of the Korean war. Desperate, cut-off UN troops must fight their back to a strategic hill where they hope to be relieved. The action is good with all the elements of the war, a fanatical enemy, little support for UN forces, and freezing winter conditions. Though the love interest may have been unnecessary the film is realistic, especially depicting the plight of civilians and well acted. Surprising that there is no DVD/VHS release as other Korean war films are available. The naval gunfire support using real footage is good though the accuracy achieved somewhat imaginary. The tone of the film is grim and gritty throughout. Reminiscent of "Combat" in look and feel. Highly Recommended.


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