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Retreat, Hell!(1952)

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  • retreat hell staring frank lovejoy

    • marshall cooper
    • 3/7/13

    this is a excellant movie about the korean war. i was a kid. but i always remembered frank lovejoy telling the medic to patch him up. later on in the 60,s. i found myself in the vietnam war during the tet offensive. i then really understood what it took to be an infantryman. iwas 19 yrs old. why is this movie not shown on the tcm classics?

  • RETREAT HELL the movie

    • Bob Cauterucio
    • 4/26/12

    The movie tells it like it was. I served in the Corps in that time period. My Comanding General's Marines were given the job by General Mac Arthur to take Incheon. And take it hey did, 58 minutes after they landed. If Washington would have given us more men and equipment we could have set China and North Korea back over 50 years. Our outfit was unstopable. And we would not of had a Vietnam along with the problems we have today with China and North Korea. Bring this forgotten movie about a forgotten war back. Semper Fi and thanks for this space to tell you about it.

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    • Glenn Taras
    • 1/7/11

    One of a few movies about our forgotten war, "The Korean War". This is an excellent movie about the 1st Marine division battling in the Chosin Resovoir of nothern Korea. The movie is bassed on true events and this part of our history should not be forgotten.

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