It is during the Cold War and all Americans have a view of Russians as one thing: bad people. A group of American boys discovers a Russian sailor washed up on the coast of Florida and decide to befriend him, assuming that he is friendly and will bring them no danger and thus go against the ideas of their parents, as well as the government. Written by
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In this film, the boys have a small boat they use to get around in. On the boats hull you can see it has the mark "PT 109" painted on. In World War II, then future President of the United States Lieutenant, Junior Grade (LTJG) John F. Kennedy was the pilot of Navy motor torpedo boat PT 109. (LTJG) John F. Kennedy would later be recognized as a war hero for actions performed while on board the (MTB) PT 109. See more
In the rescue scene in Act III, the huddled family on the boat (specifically Candi) changes position between shots. See more
[After a Russian naval book washes ashore
All I know is, whoever lost it's probably dead now.
How do you know that?
Because man, in Russia if you screw up, they don't give you a second chance to explain yourself. They just kill you.
Sounds like my dad.
Features Rush'n Attack
By Steve Krikorian & Glen Burtnick
Performed by What If
Courtesy of RCA Records, a label of BMG Music See more