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|Genre/Form:||Action and adventure films
Personal narratives, American Drama
|Named Person:||Audie Murphy; Dean E Hess; John Monk Saunders; F Britten Austin; Hall Hunter; Audie Murphy; Dean E Hess|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||John Monk Saunders; F Britten Austin; Hall Hunter; Audie Murphy; Dean E Hess; Stuart Walker; Louis J Gasnier; Charles Barton; John Farrow; Laslo Benedek; Jesse Hibbs; Douglas Sirk; Josef Von Sternberg; Harry Keller; Henry Hathaway; Robert Aldrich; Bogart Rogers; Seton I Miller; Philip MacDonald; Frank Partos; Charles Brackett; W R Burnett; Frank Butler; Richard Alan Simmons; Gil Doud; Charles Grayson; Vincent Evans; Edward Anhalt; Sy Bartlett; Richard Bluel; Alan Sharp; Adolph Zukor; E Lloyd Sheldon; Ted Richmond; Aaron Rosenberg; Ross Hunter; Jules Furthman; Howard Hughes; Harry Tatelman; Carter De Haven; Fredric March; Cary Grant; Carole Lombard; Jack Oakie; Guy Standing, Sir; Claude Rains; Gertrude Michael; Kathleen Burke; Colin Tapley; Brian Donlevy; Macdonald Carey; Robert Preston; Albert Dekker; William Bendix; Walter Abel; Rock Hudson; Arlene Dahl; Ursula Thiess; Marshall Thompson; Charles Drake; Gregg Palmer; Jack Kelly; Paul Picerni; David Janssen; Anna Kashfi; Dan Duryea; Martha Hyer; Don Defore; Jock Mahoney; John Wayne; Janet Leigh; Jay C Flippen; Paul Fix; Richard Rober; Hans Conried; Roland Winters; Ivan Triesault; Anthony Franciosa; Anjanette Comer; Guy Stockwell; Paul Hubschmid; Tom Bell; Michael Constantine; Harry Townes; Richard Burton; John Colicos; Clinton Greyn; Wolfgang Preiss; Danielle De Metz; Karl Otto Alberty; Christopher Cary; Burt Lancaster; Bruce Davison; Jorge Luke; Richard Jaeckel; Joaquín Martínez; Lloyd Bochner; Bronislaw Kaper; United States. Air Force,; Paramount Productions,; Universal Studios Home Entertainment (Firm); Paramount Pictures, Inc.,; Universal-International (Firm),; Cinemascope (Firm),; RKO Radio Pictures,; Universal Pictures (Firm),; Universal Studios, Inc.|
|Notes:||Title from container.
The eagle and the hawk : Based on a story by John Monk Saunders.
The last outpost : Based on the novel entitled The Drum by F. Britten Austin.
Wake Island : From the records of The United States Marine Corps.
Bengal Brigade : Based on the novel "Bengal Tiger" by Hall Hunter.
To hell and back : Based on Audie Murphy's autobiography, "To hell and back."
|Credits:||The eagle and the hawk : Photography, Harry Fischbeck.
The last outpost : Photography, Theodor Sparkuhl ; editor, Jack Dennis.
Wake Island : Directors of photography, Theodor Sparkuhl, William C. Mellor ; aerial photography, Elmer Dyer, Wallace Kelley ; editors, LeRoy Stone, Frank Bracht ; music, David Buttolph.
Bengal Brigade : director of photography, Maury Gertsman ; film editor, Frank Gross.
To hell and back : Director of photography, Maury Gertsman ; "Dogface soldier" words and music, Bert Gold and Ken Hart ; film editor, Edward Curtiss.
Battle hymn : Director of photography, Russell Metty ; film editor, Russell F. Schoengarth ; music, Frank Skinner.
Jet pilot : Director of photography, Winton C. Hoch ; music, Bronislau Kaper ; editors, Michael R. McAdam, Harry Marker, William M. Moore ; supervision of aerial sequences, Philip G. Cochran ; project pilot, Captain J.S. Nash.
In enemy country : Director of photography, Loyal Griggs ; editor, Russell F. Schoengarth ; music, William Lava ; costume designer, Edith Head.
Raid on Rommel : Director of photography, Earl Rath ; editor, Gene Palmer ; music, Hal Mooney.
Ulzana's raid : Director of photography, Joseph Biroc ; editor, Michael Luciano ; music, Frank De Vol.
|Cast:||The eagle and the hawk : Fredric March, Cary Grant, Carole Lombard, Jack Oakie, Sir Guy Standing.
The last outpost : Cary Grant, Claude Rains, Gertrude Michael, Kathleen Burke, Colin Tapley.
Wake Island : Brian Donlevy, Macdonald Carey, Robert Preston, Albert Dekker, William Bendix, Walter Abel.
Bengal Brigade : Rock Hudson, Arlene Dahl, Ursula Thiess.
To hell and back : Audie Murphy, Marshall Thompson, Charles Drake, Gregg Palmer, Jack Kelly, Paul Picerni, David Janssen.
Battle hymn : Rock Hudson, Anna Kashfi, Dan Duryea, Martha Hyer, Don DeFore, Jock Mahoney.
Jet pilot : John Wayne, Janet Leigh, Jay C. Flippen, Paul Fix, Richard Rober, Hans Conreid, Roland Winters, Ivan Triesault, The United States Air Force.
In enemy country : Tony Franciosa, Anjanette Comer, Guy Stockwell, Paul Hubschmid, Tom Bell, Michael Constantine, Harry Townes.
Raid on Rommel : Richard Burton, John Colicos, Clinton Greyn, Wolfgang Preiss, Danielle de Metz, Karl Otto Alberty, Christopher Cary.
Ulzana's raid : Burt Lancaster, Bruce Davison, Jorge Luke, Richard Jaeckel, Joaquin Martinez, Lloyd Bochner.
|Description:||3 videodiscs (958 min.) : sound, black and white, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, dual layer ; NTSC ; Region 1 ; Dolby Digital.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. The eagle and the hawk (73 min.) / a Paramount Picture ; directed by Stuart Walker ; screen play by Bogart Rogers and Seton I. Miller --
The last outpost (76 min.) / a Paramount Picture ; Adolph Zukor presents ; produced by E. Lloyd Sheldon ; directed by Louis Gasnier and Charles Barton ; screen play by Philip MacDonald ; adaptation by Frank Partos and Charles Brackett --
Wake Island (88 min.) / a Paramount picture ; directed by John Farrow ; screen play by W.R. Burnett and Frank Butler --
Bengal Brigade (87 min.) / Universal-International presents ; directed by Laslo Benedek ; screenplay by Richard Alan Simmons ; adaptation by Seton I. Miller ; produced by Ted Richmond. Disc 2. To hell and back (106 min.) / Universal-International presents ; a Cinemascope production ; produced by Aaron Rosenberg ; written for the screen by Gil Doud ; directed by Jesse Hibbs --
Battle hymn (108 min.) / Universal-International presents ; a Cinemascope production ; written by Charles Grayson and Vincent B. Evans ; produced by Ross Hunter ; directed by Douglas Sirk --
Jet pilot (113 min.) / Universal International ; Howard Hughes presents ; written and produced by Jules Furthman ; directed by Josef von Sternberg ; an RKO Radio picture. Disc 3. In enemy country (106 min.) / Universal presents ; screenplay by Edward Anhalt ; story by Sy Bartlett ; produced and directed by Harry Keller --
Raid on Rommel (98 min.) / Universal presents ; written by Richard Bluel ; produced by Harry Tatelman ; directed by Henry Hathaway --
Ulzana's raid (103 min.) / Universal presents ; a Carter De Haven-Robert Aldrich production ; produced by Carter De Haven ; directed by Robert Aldrich ; written by Alan Sharp.
|Other Titles:||War :
The last outpost : World War I drama about a British prisoner of war who is rescued from a firing squad by his mysterious cellmate John Stevenson.
Wake Island : Based on the true story of a handful of U.S. Marines holding out against an overwhelming Japanese air, land and sea assault.
Bengal Brigade : Set during British India in 1857, Captain Claybourne (Rock Hudson) is faced with restoring his reputation after being harshly disciplined for disobeying orders.
To hell and back : Based on Audie Murphy's autobiography, Murphy plays himself, from his upbringing as the son of Texas sharecroppers to his Army career in World War II, where he was the most-decorated American soldier.
Battle hymn : Tormented for years by a sense of guilt after inadvertently bombing a German orphanage during World War Two, Parson Dean Hess (Rock Hudson) leaves his pulpit and wife to return to the Air Force as a training officer during the Korean War. Posted near the remote village of Yungsan in South Korea, Col. Hess is tasked with instructing the inexperienced Korean pilots but his mission takes a personal twist when he stumbles upon an opportunity to help local orphans. Between his battle against an evil foe and his determination to save the children, Hess may just find the redemption he so desperately seeks. Based on actual events from Hess's personal narrative.
Jet pilot : Sent by the Pentagon to obtain top secret information from a supposedly defecting Russian lady pilot, the Colonel courts her so successfully that they fall in love and wed. With their marriage as a perfect cover, he is ordered to flee Russia with his bride, this time with him posing as a defector. When the political charade is discovered, however, the courageous couple embark in a dangerous flight to freedom in a heart-pounding escape with enemy agents in hot pursuit.
In enemy country : Wartime secret agents are on a mission to destroy a deadly new type of torpedo, hidden in a Nazi stronghold in France.
Raid on Rommel : Richard Burton portrays a British intelligence office who must pose as a high-ranking Nazi, leading a gang of P.O.W.'s on a desert mission. Based on the real-life battle of Tobruk.
Ulzana's raid : An aging scout and an idealistic Cavalry lieutenant lock horns on their way to battling a vicious Apache chieftain.
- Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Drama.
- World War, 1914-1918 -- Drama.
- World War, 1914-1918 -- Aerial operations -- Drama.
- Wake Island, Battle of, Wake Island, 1941 -- Drama.
- India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947 -- Drama.
- Murphy, Audie, -- 1924-1971 -- Drama.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Drama.
- Hess, Dean E. -- Drama.
- Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Personal narratives, American -- Drama.
- Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Children -- Drama.
- Orphans -- Korea -- Drama.
- United States. -- Air Force -- Airmen -- Drama.
- Air pilots, Military -- United States -- Drama.
- Aeronautics -- Drama.
- Cold War -- Drama.
- Spies -- Soviet Union -- Drama.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Secret service -- France.
- Tobruk, Battles of, Tobruk, Libya, 1941-1942.
- Apache Indians -- Drama.
- United States. -- Army. -- Cavalry -- Drama.
- United States. -- Army -- Military life -- Drama.
- Indians of North America -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Saunders, John Monk, -- 1897-1940 -- Film adaptations.
- Austin, F. Britten -- (Frederick Britten), -- 1885-1941 -- Film adaptations.
- Hunter, Hall, -- 1894-1967 -- Film adaptations.
- Murphy, Audie, -- 1924-1971 -- Film adaptations.
- Hess, Dean E. -- Film adaptations.