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The Boys of H Company (2004)

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This documentary follows the steps of the boys of H Company as they fight on the island of Iwo Jima.

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Credited cast:
... Charlie Bond (as Chris Clawson)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Japanese Officer
Robert Bartusch ... B.A.R. Marine
... Clay Coble
Michael Fisher ... U.S. Marine #5
Kenji ... Gen. Kuribayashi
Brian Marlowe ... Corpsman
... Jim Naughton
Richie Ring ... John Douglas
Jun Suenaga ... Japanese Lieutenant
... Soldier
Nick Vitale ... Soldier


This documentary follows the steps of the boys of H Company as they fight on the island of Iwo Jima.

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The action in this movie is based on first person accounts from survivors. Craig Santy, the producer/director on the project actually found the few remaining Japanese survivors, and went to Japan to interview them. After months of negotiations, the Japanese agreed to participate. For the first time, their stories are told, along side those of the American Marines who finally won the battle, but at an astounding price, paid in human lives. See more »

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Great documentary but not on DVD?????
4 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

The best documentary ever made on the World War II battle of Iwo Jima. BUT why isn't it available on DVD anywhere?

Our WWII veterans' experiences must be preserved forever. I understand the Discovery Channel owns the DVD rights? Why isn't it on DVD???? Come on Discovery Channel! I'm not buying anything from you again until you make this available on DVD!

This documentary contains moving interviews with our brave veterans and also features remarkably accurate reenactments. Even the gear worn by the reenactors is accurate.

This program is Extremely well done, even better than the same type programming done by the History Channel. But why hasn't the Discovery Channel put this out on DVD?

It's chance for you to steal some thunder on the History Channel.

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