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10 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 11-12 plus 103 Photos and Bio.

The Dawn Express (aka Dawn Express and 'Nazi Spy Ring (working title)) is a 1942 American film directed by Albert Herman. The film stars Michael Whalen, Anne Nagel, William Bakewell and Constance Worth.
Michael Whalen as Robert Norton
Anne Nagel as Nancy Fielding
William Bakewell as Tom Fielding
Constance Worth as Linda Pavlo
Hans Heinrich von Twardowski as Capt. Gemmler
Jack Mulhall as Chief Agent James Curtis
George Pembroke as Prof. Karl Schmidt
Kenneth Harlan as Agent Brown
Robert Frazer as John Oliver
Hans von Morhart as Heinrich, kidnapper
Michael Vallon as Argus, blind spy (credited as Michael Vallin)
Willy Castello as Otto - Tavern spy
C. Montague Shaw as Franklyn Prescott (Uncredited)
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Corregidor is a 1943 American war film directed by William Nigh and starring Otto Kruger, Donald Woods and Elissa Landi.[Note 1] The film is set in December 1941 through May 1942 during the Japanese invasion of the Philippines. Corregidor opens with the following written dedication: "Dedicated to the heroes of the United States and Philippine Armed Forces, and the American Red Cross." The film closes with a poem about Corregidor written and narrated by English poet Alfred Noyes.
Otto Kruger as Dr. Jan Stockman
Elissa Landi as Dr. Royce Lee
Donald Woods as Dr. Michael
Frank Jenks as Sgt. Mahoney
Rick Vallin as Cpl. "Pinky" Mason
Wanda McKay as Nurse Jane "Hey-Dutch" Van Dornen
Ian Keith as Capt. Morris
Ted Hecht as Platoon lieutenant
Charles Jordan as Bronx
Frank Jaquet as Priest
I. Stanford Jolley as Agitated soldier at barricade
John Grant as Calm soldier at barricade
Ruby Dandridge as Hyacinth
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Black Brigade is the DVD release title of the television movie Carter's Army, which aired as an ABC Movie of the Week on January 27, 1970. The movie is a war drama that stars a host of prominent African-American film actors, including Richard Pryor, Rosey Grier, Robert Hooks, Billy Dee Williams, and Moses Gunn.
Stephen Boyd as Capt. Beau Carter
Robert Hooks as Lt. Edward Wallace
Susan Oliver as Anna Renvic
Roosevelt Grier as Big Jim
Moses Gunn as Pvt. Doc Hayes
Richard Pryor as Pvt. Jonathan Crunk
Glynn Turman as Pvt. George Brightman
Billy Dee Williams as Pvt. Lewis
Paul Stewart as Gen. Clark
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++The Way The Immortal Battalian. The Way Ahead (aka Immortal Battalion) (1944) is a British Second World War drama. The film stars David Niven, Stanley Holloway and William Hartnell. along with an ensemble cast of other British actors. The Way Ahead follows a group of civilians who are conscripted into the British Army to fight in North Africa.
David Niven as Lieutenant Jim Perry
Stanley Holloway as Private Ted Brewer
James Donald as Private/Corporal Evan Lloyd
John Laurie as Private Luke
Leslie Dwyer as Private Sid Beck
Hugh Burden as Private Bill Parsons
Jimmy Hanley as Private Geoffrey Stainer (as Jimmie Hanley)
William Hartnell as Sergeant Ned Fletcher (as Billy Hartnell) [Note 1]
Reginald Tate as the Training Company Commanding Officer
Leo Genn as Captain Edwards
John Ruddock as Old Chelsea Soldier
A. Bromley Davenport as Old Chelsea Soldier (as Bromley Davenport)
Renée Asherson as Marjorie Gillingham (as Renee Ascherson)
Mary Jerrold as Mrs. Gillingham
Tessie O'Shea as Herself
Raymond Lovell as Mr. Jackson
A. E. Matthews as Colonel Walmsley
Jack Watling as Sergeant Buster
Peter Ustinov as Rispoli, cafe owner
Lloyd Pearson as Sam Thyrtle
Raymond Huntley as Private Herbert Davenport
Penelope Dudley-Ward as Mrs. Perry (as Penelope Ward)
Esma Cannon as Mrs. Ted Brewer
Eileen Erskine as Mrs. Bill Parsons
Grace Arnold as Mrs. Ned Fletcher
Trevor Howard as Officer on Ship (uncredited)[Note 2]
George Merritt as the Sergeant-Major (uncredited)
Tracy Reed as the Perrys' Daughter (uncredited)
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Iron Angel is a 1964 American film directed by Ken Kennedy.
A green lieutenant volunteers five men to carry out a mission to take out a North Korean mortar position that's preventing supply convoys from reaching the front line.
Jim Davis as Sgt. Walsh
Don "Red" Barry as Reb
L.Q. Jones as Buttons
Margo Woode as Nurse Lt. Laura Fleming
Tristram Coffin as Captain
R. Wayland Williams as Corporal Walker
Dave Barker as Pvt. Drake
Joe Jenckes as Lt. Collins
John Hirohata as Korean Officer
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Bombs Over Burma (AKA The Devil's Sister), based on a story by Milton Raison, is a 1942 American war film.[2] To depict the Chinese character faithfully, the star, Anna May Wong and other characters, speak Mandarin in the first few minutes of the film.
Anna May Wong as Lin Ying
Noel Madison as Me-Hoi
Leslie Denison as Sir Roger Howe
Nedrick Young as Slim Jenkins
Dan Seymour as Pete Brogranza
Frank Lackteen as Hallam
Teala Loring as Lucy Dell
Dennis Moore as Tom Whitley
Connie Leon as Ma Sing
Hayward Soo Hoo as Ling
Richard Loo as Col. Kim
Paul Fung as Toy Vendor
Richard Wong as Servant
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British Intelligence is a 1940 spy film set in World War I. It was directed by Terry O. Morse and stars Boris Karloff and Margaret Lindsay. The film, also known as Enemy Agent, was released in the United States in January 1940. The Warner Bros. B picture was based on a 1918 play Three Faces East written by Anthony Paul Kelly and produced on the stage by George M. Cohan. Two film adaptations of Three Faces East in 1926 and 1930 preceded British Intelligence.
Boris Karloff as Valdar, aka Franz Strendler
Margaret Lindsay as Helene Von Lorbeer, aka Frances Hautry
Bruce Lester as Frank Bennett
Leonard Mudie as Colonel James Yeats
Holmes Herbert as Arthur Bennett
Austin Fairman as George Bennett
William Bailey as British Intelligence agent (uncredited)
Louise Brien as Miss Risdon, Bennett's Secretary (uncredited)
Glen Cavender as Under Officer Pfalz (uncredited)
David Cavendish as Capt. Lanark (uncredited)
Joe De Stefani as German officer (uncredited)
Carlos De Valdez as Von Ritter (uncredited)
Clarence Derwent as Milkman (uncredited)
Arno Frey as German junior officer (uncredited)
Frederick Giermann as Otto Kurtz (uncredited)
Lawrence Grant as Brigadier General (uncredited)
Carl Harbaugh as German soldier (uncredited)
Sam Harris as Cabinet Minister (uncredited)
Winifred Harris as Mrs. Maude Bennett (uncredited)
Leyland Hodgson as Lord Sudbury (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes as Luchow, German soldier (uncredited)
Willy Kaufman as German Corporal (uncredited)
Crauford Kent as Cmdr. Phelps (uncredited)
Morton Lowry as Lt. Borden (uncredited)
Lester Matthews as Henry Thompson (uncredited)
Frank Mayo as Brixton, intelligence agent (uncredited)
Paul Panzer as Peasant (uncredited)
John J. Richardson as Cockney soldier (uncredited)
Ferdinand Schumann-Heink as German officer (uncredited)
Hans Schumm as German senior officer (uncredited)
John Graham Spacey as Crichton, intelligence agent (uncredited)
Robert R. Stephenson as Cockney soldier (uncredited)
Evan Thomas as Maj. Andrews (uncredited)
David Thursby as Agent reporting Strengler's identity (uncredited)
Frederick Vogeding as Baron Kuglar (uncredited)
Leonard Willey as Capt. Stuart (uncredited)
Maris Wrixon as Dorothy Bennett (uncredited)
Henry Zynda as German (uncredited)
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The Bushwhackers is a 1952 American western film directed by Rod Amateau.
Tired of killing, war veteran Jefferson Waring rides west, but in Missouri he sees "squatters" mowed down by men working for rich, ruthless Artemus Taylor.
He spends the night at Independence newspaperman Peter Sharpe's place, but is jailed when daughter Cathy Sharpe finds this total stranger in her room. The local marshal, John Harding, is just one of many men on Taylor's payroll.
Peter's business is threatened by banker Stone unless he takes Taylor's side against "squatters" settling in the region. The blind and wheelchair-bound Taylor and ambitious daughter Norah are secretly aware that railroad surveyors are considering laying tracks nearby, so they want all the land for themselves.
John Ireland as Jefferson Waring
Wayne Morris as Marshal John Harding
Lawrence Tierney as Sam Tobin
Dorothy Malone as Cathy Sharpe
Lon Chaney Jr. as Artemus Taylor
Myrna Dell as Norah Taylor
Frank Marlowe as Peter Sharpe
William Holmes as "Ding" Bell, ranchhand
Jack Elam as Cree, first henchman
Ward Wood as Second Henchman
Charles Trowbridge as Justin Stone
Norman Leavitt as Deputy Yale
Stuart Randall as Slocum (settler)
George Lynn as Guthrie, a settler
Gordon Wynn as John Quigley, settler
Gabriel Conrad as Kramer, immigrant-settler
Eddie Parks as Funeral Franklin
Bob Broder as Tommy Lloyd
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The Adventures of Tartu (alternate British title and American release title: Sabotage Agent, aka Tartu), is a 1943 British Second World War spy film starring Robert Donat.[2] It was a morale booster of the era portraying Nazis as highly corruptible due to their desire to seduce women and to gain personal advancement.
Robert Donat as Captain Terence Stevenson
Valerie Hobson as Maruschuka Lanova
Walter Rilla as Inspector Otto Vogel
Glynis Johns as Pavla Palacek
Phyllis Morris as Anna Palacek
Martin Miller as Dr. Novotny
Anthony Eustrel as German Officer
Percy Walsh as Dr. Willendorf
David Ward as Bronte
Mabel Terry-Lewis (credited as Mabel Terry Lewis) as Mrs. Stevenson
Frederic Richter as General Weymouth
John Penrose as Lieutenant in gas factory
Hubert Leslie as Peter Valek
Miki Iveria as Female worker at Skoda
Lawrence O'Madden as Col. Perry
Josephine Wilson as Nurse
Maurice Rhodes as Boy patient
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Aerial Gunner is a 1943 American World War II film directed by William H. Pine and starring Chester Morris, Richard Arlen and Jimmy Lydon.
Policeman Jon Davis (Richard Arlen) informs "Foxy" Pattis (Chester Morris) at his shooting gallery, that his criminal father has died. Foxy blames all policemen, feeling they harassed him all his life and were responsible for his death. John Davis enlists and "Foxy" Pattis is drafted into the United States Army Air Forces where Foxy becomes the instructor at an aerial gunnery school. He makes life miserable for Jon, now a "Flying Sergeant" student, trying to force the former policeman to resign.
Despite Foxy's hostility, Jon is able to pass the course. He later befriends a young Texas boy, Sandy (Jimmy Lydon), whose father was an airman killed at Hickam Field during the attack on Pearl Harbor. Sandy invites Jon and Foxy to his family's ranch, where both men fall for Sandy's sister Peggy (Amelita Ward).
After graduation, Jon is commissioned as a Lieutenant and is assigned as a pilot of a light bomber, with many of his classmates now his crew. A belligerent Foxy serves as his gunner and is not accepted as a team player by the others. During a bombing mission against the Japanese, however, he makes the ultimate sacrifice in trying to protect the other crew members when the bomber is shot down behind enemy lines.
Chester Morris as T/Sgt. "Foxy" Pattis
Richard Arlen as T/Sgt, later Lt., Jonathan "Jon" Davis
Jimmy Lydon as Pvt. Sanford "Sandy" Lunt
Amelita Ward as Peggy Lunt (credited as Lita Ward)
Dick Purcell as Pvt. Lancelot "Gadget" Blaine
Keith Richards as Sgt. Henry "Jonesy" Jones
William 'Billy' Benedict as Pvt. Jackson "Sleepy" Laswell
Olive Blakeney as Mrs. Sanford Lunt
Robert Mitchum as S/Sgt Benson (uncredited)


10 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 11-12 plus 103 Photos and Bio.-FREE SHIP
10 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 11-12 plus 103 Photos and Bio.-FREE SHIP
10 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 11-12 plus 103 Photos and Bio.-FREE SHIP
10 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 11-12 plus 103 Photos and Bio.-FREE SHIP
10 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 11-12 plus 103 Photos and Bio.-FREE SHIP
10 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 11-12 plus 103 Photos and Bio.-FREE SHIP
10 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 11-12 plus 103 Photos and Bio.-FREE SHIP
10 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 11-12 plus 103 Photos and Bio.-FREE SHIP
10 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 11-12 plus 103 Photos and Bio.-FREE SHIP


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