- Acting of Lead Performers
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- Susan Powers
I agree about the political commentary being inserted, was that really necessary?I understand there will never be another Robert Osborne, that being said very dissatisfied with some of the "hosts" that have introduced films and their lack of expertise. Was glad they don't feature people like David Letterman, Tina Fey, etc.they added nothing to commentary.thank god for Ben Mankiewicz. Thanks for listening. Susan
TCM Calls this Propaganda?
The young woman you had introducing this movie described it as a 'Propaganda' movie and afterwards went into the political backgrounds of actors and directors. Who is Ted Turner hiring these days for these intro's???
BACK TO BATAAN
Great film, excellent acting. John Wayne s low key, dead on serious in this one. The school teacher played by Bula Bondi again a terrific part. If Gen.Wainright had done his job and held a rear guard action, instead of surrendering thousands of troops that were shot or starved to death, the war might have been shortened. He should have been court martialed for cowardice.
Back To Bataan starring John Wayne
Great movie. Saw it at least 20 times. I never get tired Of John Wayne. The acting in this movie is really good, especially Beulah Bondi as the school teacher. One two movies that has Wayne fighting in the Philippines, the other is They were expendable.