Hell to Eternity (1961) was a War - Drama Film directed by Phil Karlson .
Hell to Eternity (1960)By Beatrice on Jan 7, 2017 From Flickers in Time
Hell to Eternity Directed by Phil Karlson Written by Ted Sherdeman and Walter Roeber Schmidt; story by Gil Doud 1960/USA Allied Artists Pictures/Atlantic Pictures Corporation First viewing/Netflix rental I would have rated this a standard biopic/combat movie had it not been derailed by an int... Read full article
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Gen. Matsui: It's over!
[he attempts to leave, but Gabby blocks him]
Gen. Matsui: Soldier, your sergeant failed to get through. You have lost, but because you have great courage, I admire that. I'll let you live - for now.
Gen. Matsui: The was not a pretty sight for me to see.
Guy Gabaldon: Neither was Pearl Harbor.
Gen. Matsui: [saddened by seeing his men surrender] This is not a pretty sight for me to see.
Guy Gabaldon: Neither was Pearl Harbor!
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Tsuru Aoki's first credited filmed role of any kind in 36 years. It was also her last appearance, as she died the following year.
There were initially many objections to the striptease dances done by Famika and Sheila, and both were cut considerably in reaction to those objections.
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