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Lawrence David Foldes
Lynda Day George
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Most of the combat scenes in this film were duplicated from another Universal film of twelve years earlier which was the 1955 biography of Audie Murphy "To Hell and Back." As Universal produced both films it was easy to do this; however, the earlier film was a much better movie. See more »
This movie is more about male bonding than about war, but it's got all the right ingredients. Surviving on the battlefield is about teamwork, learning from mistakes, and sharing your knowledge, and that's what this story is all about. The movie starts with the "old man" platoon sergeant taking all the new troops under his wing and shows them how to be a team and how to survive...the movie ends when one of the young troops is now the "old man" taking the young newbies under his wing. The story is kinda cliché, but nonetheless inspiring and satisfying. Highly recommended for anyone into stories about male bonding and growth.
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