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Basics Critics:74Viewers:68Rusty:78
Category: Action/Adventure, Drama, WarSub-Category: war filmMain subject: World War IINarrative location: BelgiumRuntime: 107 minutesColor: black-and-whiteLanguage: English, GermanCountry: United StatesDirector: Robert AldrichScreenwriter: James PoeMusic: Frank De VolCinematography: Joseph F. BirocStars: Jack Palance, Eddie Albert, Lee Marvin, William Smithers, Robert Strauss, Buddy Ebsen, Richard Jaeckel, Peter van Eyck, Strother Martin, Jud Taylor, Steven GerayProducer: Robert AldrichAward details: (details at IMDb)

At the end of World War II, a National Guard infantry company must set up artillery observation posts in a strategic area. Lt. Costa (Jack Palance) knows that Capt. Cooney (Eddie Albert) is in command only because of the "connections" he made stateside. Costa has serious doubts concerning Cooney's ability to lead, and when Cooney sends Costa and his men out on a dangerous mission -- and refuses to reenforce them -- all hell breaks loose.

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