Approved | | Action, Drama, War
In 1945, an American Infantry company sets up an artillery observation post but tensions between Captain Cooney and Lieutenant Costa run high.
According to the 19 February 1956 edition of "The New York Times", the budget for this movie was $850,000.
Lt. Harold 'Harry' Woodruff:
You know what I gotta do Joe. You'd do the same thing.
When the wooden beam falls on Bernstein, breaking his leg, he twitches and the beam moves up, making it obvious that it's a prop weighing hardly anything.
Opening credits prologue: EUROPE 1944