Fixed Bayonets

Samuel Fuller's compelling Korean War epic stars Richard Basehart as a U.S. Army corporal who must reluctantly assume command of his platoon when his superiors are picked off one by one during a mission in Korea's icy mountains, forcing him to come to grips with his fear over killing another man. Starring: Gene Evans, Michael O'Shea, and Skip Homeier. Look out for James Dean in his (uncredited) feature film debut.

Year: 1951
Genre: War and Anti-War Films
Country: USA
Director: Samuel Fuller
Starring: Gene Evans, Richard Basehart, Skip Homeier
Duration: 92 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains low level violence.
Location in store: War



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