An Army Major stationed in East China in 1944 is ordered to blow up instillations to slow up advancing Japanese Army.
THE REAL EPIC OF THE SCORCHED EARTH...when hate and heroism, danger and disaster blocked escape on...THE MOUNTAIN ROAD
Did You Know?
This was the only real war movie which James Stewart
starred in. He had vowed never to make one, since he complained they were hardly ever realistic. Harry Morgan
said he believed that Stewart made an exception for this film because it was definitely anti-war. See more
Major Baldwin's jeep is obviously a post-World War II model, with the visible differences being the jeep seen in the film had larger headlights, a gas tank filler neck and cap in a cutout in the left rear quarter panel (instead of under the driver's seat), and the axe and shovel were affixed under the right front door cutout (instead of under the left front cutout), all different from World War II jeeps. See more
Madame Sue-Mei Hung
To the end of the road, peace and safety.