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Rated NR · 97 minutes · 1959

Because final peace negotiations are bogged down in political maneuvering, U.S. soldiers, led by Lt. Joe Clemons (Gregory Peck), are forced to assault entrenched Chinese troops. The site of battle is Pork Chop Hill, a daunting, desolate climb that gives the communist forces a clear advantage. Clash after deadly clash wears down the morale and readiness of Clemons' men, and when they ask for back up, command is neither willing to send reinforcements nor authorize a retreat.
Director: Lewis Milestone
Producer: Sy Bartlett
Cast: Gregory Peck, Harry Guardino, Rip Torn, George Peppard, Carl Benton Reid, James Edwards, Bob Steele, Woody Strode, George Shibata, Norman Fell, Robert Blake, Biff Elliot, Barry Atwater, Michael Garth, Martin Landau, Lew Gallo, Cliff Ketchum, Charles Aidman, Viraj Amonsin, Leonard Graves, Ken Lynch, Paul Comi, Abel Fernandez, Chuck Hayward, Gavin MacLeod, Bert Remsen, Buzz Martin, Syl Lamont, Kevin Hagen and John Alderman

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