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Battle Circus (6-Mar-1953)

Director: Richard Brooks

Writers: Richard Brooks; Allen Rivkin; Laura Kerr

Music by: Lennie Hayton

Producer: Pandro S. Berman

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Korean War

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Philip Ahn
29-Mar-1905 28-Feb-1978 Early Korean-American actor
June Allyson
7-Oct-1917 8-Jul-2006 Two Girls and a Sailor
Humphrey Bogart
25-Dec-1899 14-Jan-1957 Casablanca
William Campbell
30-Oct-1923 28-Apr-2011 Dementia 13
Steve Forrest
29-Sep-1924 18-May-2013 S.W.A.T.
Robert Keith
10-Feb-1896 22-Dec-1966 Guys and Dolls
Keenan Wynn
27-Jul-1916 14-Oct-1986 Col. Bat Guano in Dr. Strangelove


Humphrey Bogart   ...   Maj. Jed Webbe
June Allyson   ...   Lt. Ruth McGara
Keenan Wynn   ...   Sgt. Orvil Statt
Robert Keith   ...   Lt. Col. Hilary Walters
William Campbell   ...   Capt. John Rustford
Perry Sheehan   ...   Lt. Laurence
Patricia Tiernan   ...   Lt. Rose Ashland
Jonathan Cott   ...   Adjutant
Adele Longmire   ...   Lt. Jane Franklin
Ann Morrison   ...   Lt. Edith Edwards
Helen Winston   ...   Lt. Graciano
Sarah Selby   ...   Capt. Dobbs
Danny Chang   ...   Korean Child
Philip Ahn   ...   Korean Prisoner
Steve Forrest   ...   Sergeant
Jeff Richards   ...   Lieutenant
Dick Simmons   ...   Capt. Norson


Review by Anonymous (posted on 27-May-2007)

This is one of the best war films depicting the Korean Conflict. The characters and situations are far more realistic than M*A*S*H ever portrayed, as much as I like the series. A must see for war buffs, Bogie fans or anyone who loves M*A*S*H

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