SKU 6628


Directed by Maurice Elvey Written by George Barraud Leslie Banks as Captain Hyde Kay Walsh as Alison Devar Mackenzie Ward as Newton Hulls Cecil Parker as Commander Herbert Simon Lack as Philip Hyde Ellen Pollock as Margaret Hulls Peter Shaw as John Strepte Nigel Stock as Rudd Kynaston Reeves as Professor Devar Charles Eaton as Commander-in-Chief Directed by John A. Bushelman Written by Tom Maruzzi Jack Ging as Cpl. Sharack Stanley Clements as Cpl. Pumphrey John Goddard as Capt. Tombolo Douglas Henderson as Sgt. Sweatish Gabe Castle as Lt. Peer Allan Marvin as Pvt. Ward Anton von Stralen as Bear Al Freeman Jr. as Medic Gwathney Mason Curry as David Henry Darrow as Pvt. Tonto Mark Douglas as Bo-Bo Thomas A. Sweet as Soldier Scott Randall as Soldier Joe Cawthon as Pvt. Owens George Yoshinaga as Mongolian


The head of Dartmouth Training College has been murdered, and his successor, Captain Hyde, suspects that he himself may have been the intended target. He enlists the help of his own son Philip, a reluctant cadet at the college, to help him confirm his suspicions about planned enemy action. Meanwhile, there is a Secret Service agent staying at the college observatory; the foreign-born professor of astronomy is behaving strangely; and Naval Intelligence disclaims any knowledge of what is going on.

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 75 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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TV movie provided war drama about the days before the cease-fire and a hard-luck platoon run by Lt. Peer and cowardly Sgt. Sweatish, which is under continual attack and suffers heavy casualties. The only good soldier in the platoon is Cpl. Sharack, who should have been rotated off the line long ago, but was kept at the front by Capt. Tombolo. The return of Cpl. Pumphrey reveals a deeper motive for the Captain's behavior.

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 61 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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