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The Walking Dead (1995)

R | | Drama, War | 24 February 1995 (USA)
In 1972 Vietnam, a group of United States Marines are sent in to rescue several POW officers. The Landing Zone (LZ) which should have been "cold" actually turns out to indeed be very "hot" ... See full summary »
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Pvt. Hoover Brache
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Sgt. Barkley
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Pfc. Joe Brooks
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Cpl. Pippins
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Shirley Evans
Kyley Jackman ...
Sandra Evans
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Ray
Jean-Claude La Marre ...
Pvt. Earl Anderson (as Jean LaMarre)
Lena Sang ...
Barbra Jean
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Celeste
Dana Point ...
Edna
Doil Williams ...
Harold
Damon Jones ...
2nd Lt. Duffy
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In 1972 Vietnam, a group of United States Marines are sent in to rescue several POW officers. The Landing Zone (LZ) which should have been "cold" actually turns out to indeed be very "hot" (characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement ; very intense). Soon, after a short fight, only four of the soldiers are left alive. Later, the platoon which they were to meet the next day is entirely wiped out with the exception of one nut-case. The small group then arrives at the conclusion that they are all expendable decoys. Between all of the walking, talking, arguing and assaulting between the four soldiers, there are flashbacks to all of their contrite lives before serving in the Corps. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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It's about war. It's about pride. It's about time the story is told. See more »

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Drama | War

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$6,014,340 (USA)
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When the rev is about to kill his wife, there is an end table on the stairs. Directly afterwards, it is not there. See more »

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The Tracks Of My Tears
Written by Marvin Tarplin, Warren Moore and Smokey Robinson (as William Robinson)
Performed by Smokey Robinson And The Miracles
Courtesy of Motown Records Corporation, L.P.
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Good Movie!
21 July 2013 | by See all my reviews

Do not listen to the racist on here, especially Jakealope. This guy goes on all the African American movies and call them racist. Any movie that deals with black issues, is a racist movie...only to racists.

This is a good war movie. And if you are not a bigot with a useless internet agenda to bash all Black people. Or have racial superiority issues, then i recommend it. Otherwise, just watch white movies. There are PLENTY of them out there. No one is forcing you to watch the few Black movies that exist. JEEZ! Get a life racists. Try thinking outside of your box and believing that African Americans should only do comedy or token movies.


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