When four young American soldiers are accused of raping a girl from a German village near their camp, Major Steve Garrett is assigned the distasteful task of defending them. It soon becomes clear that the Army, the villagers, and even the girl's family are more interested in revenge than in the welfare of the distraught victim. Garrett is faced with the dilemma of destroying the girl on the witness stand in order to save the lives of his clients. Written by
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The Story of What Four Men Did To a Girl... And What the Town Did To Them!
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Sgt. Chuck Snyder
I guess I'm a little nervous about how this will look on my record.
Maj. Steve Garrett
[Slams coffee pot down on table
Record! I've seen it. It's enough to gag a hyena. Personally I hate your guts, but I have to defend you.
"Town Without Pity"
Music by Dimitri Tiomkin
Lyrics by Ned Washington
Sung by Gene Pitney See more