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The Fighting Seabees
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The Fighting Seabees 1944


From Amazon: All-American hero John Wayne takes a crew of construction workers and turns them into one of WWII's toughest fighting forces in this action-packed war classic. But first he has to convince the army brass to let his civilians bear arms, and then he's got to whip them into combat shape. Now Wayne is fighting for his life on a different battlefield when he's brought up on court-martial charges for leading his troops in an all-out assault against the Japanese. It's Wayne at his best, playing the kind of rough-and-tumble man of honor that made him a legend and Hollywood's biggest star. An entertaining combination of strong supporting...

Directed By:
No image existsEdward Ludwig
Starring:
John WayneJohn Wayne
No image existsSusan Hayward
No image existsDennis O'Keefe
No image existsWilliam Frawley
No image existsLeonid Kinskey

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The Fighting Seabees Movie Review by Clutch Cargo (2/21/2013)

To say that this was a "propaganda" film is not an insult. Like many other films from the early 1940s this film was deliberately crafted to encourage American patriotism. It was meant to convince its citizens that their fighting men overseas can and will win the war.

There should be no doubt that The Fighting Seabees was...

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