During World War II, the spoiled son of a wealthy businessman finds himself involved in the guerrilla movement fighting against the Japanese, and finds romance and adventure.
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Did You Know?
This was the movie playing on a double-bill at the Texas Theater in Dallas when Lee Harvey Oswald
was arrested there on 22 November 1963 for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
and the murder of police officer J.D. Tippit. The other half of the double feature, War Is Hell
(1961), was the movie playing during the arrest. It is suspected that Cry of Battle did not actually screen that day, as the theater closed for a few days following the arrest. See more