The Steel Helmet DVD 1951 Gene Evans Action Drama War NR Black & White
Stars of The Steel Helmet: Gene Evans, Robert Hutton, Steve Brodie
During the Korean War, strong but worn and cantankerous Sergeant Zack is aided by a young, orphaned Korean boy. The group stumbles upon a Buddhist temple where they decide to hold up, believing it to be empty...
Sgt. Zack, Gene Evens, with his hands tied behind his back and a commie bullet through his steel helmet is rescued by a young Korean boy whom he nicknames "Short Round". Zack had been captured by the Communist North Koreans and together with his fellow GI's summarily shot in the head but his helmet luckily deflected the bullet where he played dead until his failed executioners left the scene. A loner who's not interested in any human companionship Zack at first tries to go out on his own, but "Short Round" is so insistent the tough old battle-hardened GI gives in and lets "Short Round " tag along with him.
This is a powerful war movie that you never get tired of watching not just because of the many great battle action scenes in it but the message that it brings out to it's audience.
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Product Information for The Steel Helmet
- Director: Samuel Fuller
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Production Co.: Deputy Corporation
- Run time: 85 minutes
- Sound: Mono
- Color: Black and White
- Genres: Action, Drama, War
This movie is reproduced on a high quality DVD-R disc and comes in a jewel case. Artwork is imprinted on the DVD exactly as shown in the image.
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