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Between Heaven and Hell
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Between Heaven and Hell 1961

From Amazon: A callow Southern aristocrat (the charismatically challenged Robert Wagner) acquires character and democratic values in the crucible of combat, via a laboriously complicated script that begins in the middle of things and then loads on explanatory flashbacks like a forklift. On "an island in the Pacific, 1945," the scion of a Tennessee cotton dynasty becomes not only comrade-in-arms but also friend to the sharecroppers he once scorned. Although the jungle island is crawling with Japanese snipers and patrols, the greatest danger comes from U.S. officers who are variously incompetent, "yellow," or--in the case of company commander Broderick...

Directed By:
No image existsRichard Fleischer
No image existsRobert Wagner
No image existsTerry Moore
No image existsBroderick Crawford
No image existsBuddy Ebsen
No image existsRobert Keith

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Between Heaven and Hell Movie Review by Derringer (6/5/2010)

In this "all talk/no action" World War II Drama from 1956 (not 1961) - Sam Gifford, a spoiled, insensitive brat from Tennessee, gets a much-overdue dose of humility and democracy when he's drafted into the army.

Unable to curb his insufferable arrogance, Gifford runs into major conflicts with a sadistic military officer...

(complete Between Heaven and Hell review by Derringer)

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