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Last Stand at Lang Mei (1989)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, War | December 1989 (USA)
Vietnam, 1968. Army Headquarters has written off Captain Fahey's men as Missing In Action after they were fighting deep over enemy lines. Cut off from their platoon, they must fight their ... See full summary »

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Frederick Bailey ...
Kowalski (MP)
Marilyn Bautista ...
Vietnamese mother
Ramon D'Salva ...
Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap
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Sgt. T. Deveraux
Tonichi Fructuoso ...
Sgt. Louie DeSouza
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Col. Minh Van Po
Robert Ginnivan ...
Lt. Chi
Jeff Griffith ...
Sgt. Jeff Denovich
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Maj. Verdun
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Tovar
Jim Moss ...
Sgt. Jim Holloway
Peter Nelson ...
Capt. Wheeler
Monty Obieta ...
Assistant to Tovar
Archie Ramirez ...
Cpl. Tony Acosta
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Vietnam, 1968. Army Headquarters has written off Captain Fahey's men as Missing In Action after they were fighting deep over enemy lines. Cut off from their platoon, they must fight their way back, or die! A true story of bravery and courage set amidst the chaos of war, and witness the gripping conclusion to the bloodiest day in American war history. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Action | Adventure | War

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Eye of the Eagle III  »

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Follows Eye of the Eagle (1987) See more »

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Dreadful
12 April 1999 | by (Chicago, Illinois) – See all my reviews

I endured this on a chartered bus trip from Bangkok to Surat Thani, in south Thailand. Southeast Asian tour buses catering to the backpacker crowd always play bad videos at deafening volume, and it seems some Thai tour operator thought this was what we would like--or maybe someone was trying to be funny. On this particular bus the air conditioner had broken down, so we also were hot, and cramped. So maybe it was just the circumstances that ruined the film for me, but I recall only bad acting and an incoherent plot, which had something to do with an American being held captive, and then somebody blew something up, and then a lot of things got blown up. I was stuck in my uncomfortable seat long enough that I began to identify with the captive, however, and in my misery I examined one actor very closely until it dawned on me--that's Steve Kanaly! Steve Kanaly is best known as Ray Ewing on Dallas, and he also bears an uncanny resemblance to my dad. Unfortunately this would have been lost on most of the others, as few of them were American and fewer still knew my dad. So I kept my thoughts to myself. Then we stopped at a little roadside restaurant and had beer and green curry, and I tried to forget.


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