A Walk in the Sun (1945) was a War - Drama Film directed by Lewis Milestone and produced by Lewis Milestone.
A Walk in The Sun (1945) with Dana Andrews and CompanyBy 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 26, 2020 From 4 Star Films
Opening as it does with the cover of its source material, A Walk in The Sun makes itself out to be a bit grand and simultaneously undermines a certain amount of its ethos as a gritty war picture. Is it a fallacy to think a book can never capture all the textures of life? Does the same hold true with... Read full article
A Walk in the Sun (1945)By Beatrice on Dec 29, 2014 From Flickers in Time
A Walk in the Sun Directed by Lewis Milestone Written by Harry Brown and Robert Rossen 1945/USA Lewis Milestone Productions Repeat viewing/Netflix rental Friedman: Everybody walks. Even monkeys. Lewis Milestone brought this rather stylized combat film as close to an anti-war picture as he could... Read full article
See all A Walk in the Sun articles
Windy: Dear Frances, I am writing you this letter relaxing on the deck of a luxury liner. On shore the natives have evidently just spotted us and are getting up a reception - fireworks, music and that sort of stuff. Ha. The musicians in our own band have also struck up a little tune. Ha ha.
[last lines] [after a desperate battle with many casualties Windy's platoon captures their objective]
Windy: Dear Frances, we just blew a bridge and took a farmhouse. It was so easy... so terribly easy.
Pvt. Archimbeau: Every dirty job in the army is my personal property.
read more quotes from A Walk in the Sun...
No facts for this film.