The Pacific (2010)
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Gloucester/Pavuvu/Banika 

After leaving Melbourne, the weather works against the leathernecks as Lechie falls seriously ill and Sledge gets assigned to New Britain.

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Graham Yost
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Badge Dale ... PFC Robert Leckie
Joseph Mazzello ... Pvt. Eugene Sledge (as Joe Mazzello)
Jon Seda ... Sgt. John Basilone (credit only)
Tom Budge ... PFC Ronnie Gibson
Nate Corddry ... Pvt. 'Loudmouth'
Matt Craven ... Dr. Grant
Josh Helman ... PFC Lew 'Chuckler' Juergens
Ashton Holmes ... PFC Sidney Phillips
Toby Leonard Moore ... 2nd Lt. Stone
Keith Nobbs ... PFC Wilbur 'Runner' Conley
Jacob Pitts ... PFC Bill 'Hoosier' Smith
Craig Ball Craig Ball ... Cpl. Ruddiger
Simon Bossell ... Corpsman Stern
Laurence Breuls Laurence Breuls ... 1st Lt. Larkin (as Laurence Shaman Breuls)
Grant Cartwright ... Capt. Midnight
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Storyline

The men of the 1st Marine Division leave Melbourne and on the day after Christmas 1943, land on the beach at Cape Gloucester. They encounter little initial resistance - reminiscent of their landing at Guadalcanal - but the jungle and the weather work against them. It rains almost constantly affecting the men's morale and their health. Bob Leckie has been assigned to the battalion Intelligence officer but like the others, feels that the jungle is closing in on him. They are eventually evacuated to Pavuvu where Leckie falls seriously ill. He spends some time at the hospital in Banika before eventually returning to his unit. Back in the US, Eugene Sledge undergoes training at a Marine camp in California. Written by garykmcd

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PFV Leckie is diagnosed with enuresis (lack of bladder control.) Some viewers have mistakenly misheard this as "anuresis" (inability to urinate.) See more »

Quotes

[Leckie finds Runner and Gibson impassively watching the Marines clean up the aftermath of a Japanese banzai charge]
PFC Wilbur 'Runner' Conley: They got Obie.
PFC Ronnie Gibson: Macklin, too. I tell you, boys, next war, there's gonna be two men missin'... me and the M.P. they send after me.
[he gets up and leaves; Leckie sits down next to Runner]
PFC Robert Leckie: G Company took three alive.
PFC Wilbur 'Runner' Conley: Well, good for them. It was a banzai suicide attack for the rest of these guys.
PFC Robert Leckie: Apparently all the Japs on this end of the island are runnin' like hell to Rabaul. They left ...
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With The Old Breed
Written by Hans Zimmer, Blake Neely, and Geoff Zanelli
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0 to 100 ...well, 0 to 60.
10 April 2019 | by kabukiindustriesSee all my reviews

I, out of the blue, find myself starting to be interested and care about a character or two. I wasn't sure if I'd even watch another episode after the horrible beginning of this series. I feel like I can at least watch another after this episode. Didn't even feel like the same show, which is the best thing it could be.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 April 2010 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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