A Walk in the Sun Movie Review 1946

Information and Film Reviews for A Walk in the Sun the Movie

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The trials of a group of infantrymen in WWII from the time they land in Italy to the time they capture their objective, a farmhouse occupied by the Germans. Excellent ensemble acting shows well the variety of civilians who make up any fighting force and explores their fears, motivations, and weaknesses. Producer and director Milestone also made "All Quiet on the Western Front" and the Korean War masterpiece "Pork Chop Hill." Released in the final days of the war, almost concurrently with two other WWII films of the first echelon, "The Story of G.I. Joe" and "They Were Expendable."

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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 117 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Adventure Drama, World War II
Screenplay
Robert Rossen, Harry Brown
Cast
Dana Andrews, Richard Conte, John Ireland, Lloyd Bridges, Sterling Holloway, George Tyne, Norman Lloyd, Herbert Rudley, Richard Benedict, Huntz Hall, James B. Cardwell, George Offerman, Steve Brodie, Matt Willis, Alvin Hammer, Chris Drake, Victor Cutler, Jay Norris
Cinematography
Russell Harlan
Director
Lewis Milestone
Music
Freddie Rich, Earl Robinson
Producer
Lewis Milestone

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