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John Kent Harrison
I got it from Sinister Cinema. I did not know it at all. Nor the director. Never heard of him. Well, nothing very inventive in this little war flick telling the story of a bunch of Gi's in the WW 2 Italy, in 1944, trying to reach their lines through hostile country side. They get help from some women and partisans. Usual fights, usual action scenes, good ones for this kind of tiny production, and good characterization. Fairly well acting too. The setting is adequate for this actioner. But it is not a real masterpiece anyway. Not the LOST PATROL. I have seen a hundred of films in this scheme, but it was a good time waster.
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