Warkill (1968)

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Cast overview:
Col. John Hannegan
Tom Drake ...
Phil Sutton
Conrad Parham
Eddie Infante
Henry Duval
Joaquin Fajardo ...
Paul Edwards Jr. ...
Mike Harris
Claude Wilson ...
U.S. Major
Ken Loring ...
Bit Part
Bert La Fortesa ...
Dr. Namura
Bruno Punzalan ...
Maj. Hashiri
David Michael ...
Sgt. Johnson


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A grim, violent realistic war film. Worth tracking down and watching - more than once
19 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Towards the end of the war in the Phillipines, newsman Tom Drake tracks down guerrilla leader George Montgomery, whom he has made into a hero in the United States with his news stories. He finds a brutal, vicious killer who has sunk far lower than necessary and definitely not anyone to admire . However, Montgomery apparently starts to realize that he has gone too far, and that even in war there are limits Towards the end, Montgomery and his men find a mission filed with wounded Jpaanese soldiers who have surrendered. A Japanese officer has gathered a force 500 men, remnants of the defeated Japanese army, and they plan to wipe out the soldiers who have dared to surrender. Montgomery and his men face a dilemma Do they take on far superior odds to protect men they have come to hate?. This is a very grim realistic war film.The final battle alone is worth seeing this film for- its on a fairly large scale, violent and a little nail biting. This is a large production for a Philipino produced film, and while it doesn't have the polish of a U.s. production, this actually adds to the film's gritty realistic feel. The film also benefits from superior performances from Montgomery and Drake. Go out of your way to find this film.


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