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Blood and Steel (1959)

Approved | | Drama, War | December 1959 (USA)
Native girl helps US Seabees free her villagers from Japanese troops.

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(screenplay) (as Joseph C. Gillette)
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John Lupton ...
Lieutenant Dave Jenson
James Edwards ...
George
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Jim
John Brinkley ...
Cip (as John Brinkly)
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Japanese Commander
Ziva Rodann ...
Native Girl
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Japanese Draftsman
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Sugi
Clarence Lung ...
Japanese Soldier
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Native girl helps US Seabees free her villagers from Japanese troops.

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Drama | War

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Approved
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December 1959 (USA)  »

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Aima kai atsali  »

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Bland
26 February 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Blood and Steel (1959)

** (out of 4)

WW2 film produced by Gene Corman so that should tell you that we're dealing with a low budget. Four American soldiers wind up on an Island help by the Japanese and must find a way to get off. This film actually looks a lot better than it should due to the low budget but in the end it really doesn't offer anything we couldn't see elsewhere. The cast, including a young Brett Halsey, are pretty good with performances that won't win them Oscars but they're worthy enough for the film. There are a couple good gunfight scenes and there's some nice visuals captured in the scope frame but again, we've seen this type of film countless times.


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