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Eight Iron Men DVD
Eight Iron Men

Eight Iron Men

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Edward Dmytryk directs this rich and fascinating exploration of the boredom, comradeship and raw courage of troops in wartime. As a small squadron awaits orders to move out, they bicker and daydream to pass the time. When one of their own is trapped by enemy fire and cant get back from patrol, the soldiers fight over whether, how, and who should try to rescue him. Sergeant Mooney (Lee Marvin, The Dirty Dozen, The Professionals) receives orders to move his troops, but his men harangue him about leaving one man behind, and tough-as-nails Mooney has to decide between disregarding direct orders and preserving his tiny, battle-scarred unit. Strong performances all around make this both a rich character study and an engaging, suspenseful drama. Richard Kiley(The Mob, Looking for Mr. Goodbar), Arthur Franz (The Sniper, The Caine Mutiny) and Bonar Colleano (Pickup Alley, Fire Down Below) also star. Newly remastered. **Please be aware that this is a manufactured on demand discthat was created using a DVD-R disc. It should play in all standard DVD players.
Title: Eight Iron Men
Genre: War-World War II
Starring: Bonar Colleano, Arthur Franz, Lee Marvin, Richard Kiley, Nick Dennis, Dick Moore, George Cooper, Richard Grayson, Douglas Henderson, Mary Castle
Director: Edward Dmytryk
Studio: Sony Mod
Attributes: Black & White, Manufactured on Demand
Release Date: 5/3/2011
Original Year: 1952
Product Type: DVD
Rated: NR
UPC: 043396380806
Item #: CLP638080

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