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Hell Is for Heroes
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(1962)

World War II drama where the action centers around a single maneuver by a squad of GIs in retaliation against the force of the German Siegfried line. Reese joins a group of weary GIs unexpectedly ordered back into the line when on their way to a rest area. While most of the men withdraw from their positions facing a German pillbox at the far side of a mine-field, half a dozen men are left to protect a wide front. By various ruses, they manage to convince the Germans that a large force is still holding the position. Then Reese leads two of the men in an unauthorized and unsuccessful attack on the pillbox, in which the other two are killed; and when the main platoon returns, he is threatened with court-martial. Rather that face the disgrace, and in an attempt to show he was right, he makes a one-man attack on the pillbox.

Runtime:
1:30
Released:
June 26, 1962

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Cast

7ghoqgqa5oafd2bvc8s0zsns0x9 Steve McQueen Reese
Phvmzybe1owz04hoizau0xh7ndo Bobby Darin Pvt. Corby
Xtuqk0rgnsp9obolpppqxplhgef Fess Parker Sgt. Pike
Qkscrl4od7jq6zcwpiohhltr7im Harry Guardino Sgt. Larkin
4vkbayrb5frt3zpesoq5tbuvrz9 James Coburn Cpl. Henshaw
28lfcecwpdimvijudzqko87popk Mike Kellin Pvt. Kolinsky
Joseph Hoover Capt. Loomis
Bill Mullikin Pvt. Cumberly
L.Q. Jones Supply Sgt. Frazer
Michele Montau Monique Ouidel
F3oz3fwnzmruux7kmizw9c6t61j Don Haggerty Capt. Mace
2myddvmvsmu5qyqun7vzm1yoiif Nick Adams Homer
Ubejnf7rogrg3aklfq6xy5apmsg Bob Newhart Driscoll

Crew

Art

Hal Pereira Art Direction

Howard Richmond Art Direction

Robert R. Benton Set Decoration

Sam Comer Set Decoration

Crew

Harold Lipstein Cinematography

Richard Parker Special Effects

Directing

Don Siegel Director

Editing

Howard A. Smith Editor

Production

Henry Blanke Producer

Sound

Leonard Rosenman Original Music Composer

Visual Effects

John P. Fulton Visual Effects

Writing

Richard Carr Writer

Robert Pirosh Screenplay