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One of the best I've seen of Guerilla Warfare
- Norm Chapman
George Montgomery was at his best in this movie. The scenes were stunning and unforgettable.
The horrific cost of freedom from tyranny.
- Steve Kerr
As a young lad of 12 I first viewed this film when it was released in 1968. I was stunned at the unaplogetic violence and brutality levied against the Japanese occupying forces of the Philippines. I could not understand why the "good guys" would be so ruthless and cruel toward the enemy. At the time I had no knowledge of the brutal viloence which had characterized the Japanese occupation of South East Asia: no understanding of the atrocities brought against the people of Chung King China; no concept of the infamous Bataan death march, which claimed the lives of thousands. Which brings me to the reason for writing this article. Armed now with a basic understandig of the brutal character of the Japanese occupation of the Philippines, I would like to view this film again that I may place it within its historical context. Perhaps then I will understand why good men must at times do bad things, so that evil can be overcome. Let's get this film of DVD!