Genre: Drama Romance War
Runtime: 149 mins
Description: In 1942, a group of young men join the Marines, leaving loved ones behind. Primed for battle, they are frustrated by many non-combat assignments, as we follow their wartime romances, especially Andy Hookens' involvement with Pat, a New Zealand widow. Andy and Pat have just decided that war requires them to 'live for the moment' when, in 1944, our team finally goes into a real battle...
Actors: Aldo Ray Allyn Ann McLerie Anne Francis Bess Flowers Budd Buster Carl Harbaugh Carleton Young Charles Sherlock Chick Chandler Chuck Hicks Clark Howat Dale Van Sickel David Armstrong Dean Cromer Don Durant Dorothy Malone Eddie Parker Fay Morley Fess Parker Frank Ferguson George Selk Glen Denning Gregory Walcott Hal Bokar Hilda Plowright Jack Jordan Jack Mower Jack Rollens Jack Shea Jack Stoney James Whitmore Joan Arnold John Ayres John Lupton June McCall Kay Stewart LQ Jones Lumsden Hare Mona Freeman Nancy Olson Paul Barry Paul Grant Perry Lopez Ralph Volkie Rayford Barnes Raymond Massey Rhys Williams Roxanne Arlen Sailor Vincent Sarah Selby Sol Gorss Susan Morrow Tab Hunter Tommy Cook Van Heflin Victor Millan William Campbell William H O'Brien Willis Bouchey
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