Hell in Korea (1956)
Joseph Valador who recently turned 85 years old, served as a liaison/interpreter between the British filming crew and Portuguese.
Joseph arranged to have the Portuguese military planes fly over the designated shoot location and time. He also served as an assistant to the director Julian Aymes in the critical scene where the Koreans burn down the village, acting the part as the Korean leader. Joseph was thanked by the director for his excellent direction/communication with the Portuguese end of the shoot, having saved the crew from re-building the village set. Joseph co-ordinated the flying of the Portuguese air force, which was used in the jet flying and bombing scene. Also to be noted was his involvement as stunt/extra where he acts the part of the Korean soldier falling of the horse when the platoon is discovered while hiding in the brush.