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Target Zero(1955)

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  • Target Zero with Family Name

    • John
    • 12/9/15

    Tickles me to death that the main character's name is Tom Flagler. Near as I can tell, we only had one family member in the Korean Conflict. He was an in law, McGivern, and he served on an aircraft carrier in the US Navy. We had three of the Utica/Lockport, NY Flaglers in WWII, three in WWI including Clement Flagler, who commanded the 2nd Infantry Division. I can't vouch for the Colorado or Florida Flaglers. We had two Flaglers, including me, in Vietnam. None these last few conflicts. I enjoy the film very much, although I think "Men at War", with Robert Ryan and Aldo Ray, is a much more authentic Korean War film of that era. The insertion of the pretty nurse in Target Zero, and the unfortunate title, are clichs that mar the picture.

  • Korean War drama

    • Rick Volante
    • 12/12/08

    A British tank crew rescues a beautiful UN worker behind enemy lines. They then join forces with a US infantry squad commanded by Lt. Flager (Richard Conte). Realizing they are hopelessly cut off, Flager decides to defend a nearby outpost until help can arrive. Lots of familiar faces here including Charles Bronson and Lee Marvin.

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