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Pfc. Skip Roth
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Pfc. Dave Chatfield
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Pfc. Desmond 'Let's Go' McCaffrey
Linda Hutchings ...
Grace Blake
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Pvt. Russ Waller
Barbara Stuart ...
Ina Baxter
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Pvt. Newt Levels
Steve Baylor ...
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Peter Miller ...
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Rachel Romen ...
Mrs. Ellen Hawkins (as Adoree Evans)
Hideo Inamura ...
Pvt. Pete Kono
Vince Williams ...
Hank Dyer (war correspondent)
Fumiyo Fujimoto ...
Song Do (Chatfield's girl)
Heihachirô Ôkawa ...
Yoshida (hotel manager)
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During the filming of the movie, 2000 Marines acting as extras were suddenly pulled during the Laos crisis. See more »

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Bad movie
15 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The script was bad and the acting was bad. It was supposed to be a comedy but it wasn't funny -- I would call it verbal slapstick, juvenile. I would expect 13 year olds to act like this, maybe, but not adults, not even in a comedy. The dialogue was unbelievably stilted. There wasn't a realistic moment in the film. All the Asians in the film were presented as caricatures. I tuned in to AMC part way through the film, actually not too long after it started, and kept watching it mainly to see the credits at the end. I didn't realize it would last another two hours. Another annoying aspect was the martial music they played non-stop. MASH, which debuted a few years later, was the movie they were trying to make but fell far short of.


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