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  1. Dec 25,  · Directed by Lewis Milestone. With Dana Andrews, Richard Conte, George Tyne, John Ireland. During WWII, a platoon of American soldiers trudge through the Italian countryside in search of a bridge they have been ordered to blow up, encountering danger and destruction along the way.7/10(K).
  2. A Walk in the Sun () Restored and Uncut Dana Andrews (Actor), Richard Conte (Actor), Lewis Milestone (Director) & Rated: NR. Format: DVD. out of 5 stars ratings. DVD from $ VHS Tape $ Additional DVD options: Edition Discs Price New from Used from DVD "Please retry" — 1. /5().
  3. A Walk in the Sun is a American war film based on the novel by Harry Brown, who was a writer for Yank, the Army Weekly based in England. The book was serialized in Liberty Magazine in October The film was directed by Lewis Milestone, stars Dana Andrews and features Richard Conte, George Tyne, John Ireland, Lloyd Bridges, Sterling Holloway, Norman Lloyd, Herbert Rudley and Richard Music by: Score: Fredric Efrem Rich, Song: .
  4. Vietnam Battle Documentary. This is the story of some brave men the day after the events depicted in "We Were Soldiers " Produced by the Military History a.
  5. Harry Brown's honest, unsentimental WW2 novel A Walk in the Sun has been effectively adapted for the screen by Robert Rossen. Dana Andrews stars as Sgt. Tyne, a platoon squad leader in Italy who %.
  6. A Walk in the Sun () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  7. In , Robinson and Millard Lampell wrote a group of songs to be used in the feature film A Walk in the Sun, directed and produced independently by Lewis Milestone. It was the first Hollywood feature to use topical (though perhaps "referential" is a more correct word) folk-style music in the underscoring, a technique that would become a huge.
  8. A Walk in the Sun is based on a novel and the first thing you will notice in watching this movie is that the writers of this movie and book loved dialogue. From start to finish no one stops yackking the entire film. Before the action, during the action and after the action someone is constantly talking.

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