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In 1942, Honolulu is under martial law following the attack by the Japanese, but the personnel of G Company, 24th Infantry Division seem to be more interested in their personal lives than in fighting the war. Sgt. Warden is carrying on an affair with Karen Holmes, wife of his CO Maj. Holmes. Jeff Pruitt becomes involved with his late brother's girlfriend, prostitute Lorene. Written by
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The scene were Lorene Rogers (Kim Basinger) answers the door in just a towel was shot several times....because too much "cheek" was showing from under the towel. On an episode of "The Merv Griffin Show" featuring Ms. Basinger and the director of the scene it was contended that there was really nothing wrong with the scene - he just enjoyed seeing her in a towel from behind. See more »
This version was shown in the UK back in 1980 and has not been repeated so far as we know. It is a first class version of the story with good performances particularly from William Devane and Kim Basinger. WE would hope for a repeat in the UK but would be pleased to know if the video is available.
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