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?
The story is based on Theodore H. White
's observations in China as a journalist. He interviewed Frank Gleason, who served as head of the demolition crew featured in the story and film, for Time magazine while working in China. Gleason was later hired as an (uncredited) technical consultant for the film. See more
The plane shown on the ground, and making its take off roll is a B-25 with it's twin tail. But the plane shown in the air as it flies away is a B-26 with its single tail. See more
Madame Sue-Mei Hung
To the end of the road, peace and safety.