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Objective, Burma! / Never so few / Go for broke!

by Raoul Walsh (Director), Robert Pirosh (Director), John Sturges (Director)

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Objective Burma (142 min.): After a group of paratroopers are dropped into the Burmese jungle to destroy a Japanese radar station, they must make their way back through 200 miles of jungles and swamps while avoiding enemy soldiers.Never so few (124 min.): Captain Tom Reynolds and his band of skilled O.S.S. operatives are in WWII Burma to train the Kachin natives in jungle guerilla warfare against 30,000 Japanese troops.Go for broke (91 min.): "The film's title is the motto of the 442nd US Army Regiment. Set in WW II the unit was formed of Japanese Americans and sent to Europe to fight the Nazis. The exploits of this fine regiment are depicted as they fight their way through Italy, France and into Germany"--Container.… (more)

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