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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: DVD
  • SKU: MVD7275D
  • UPC: 760137727590
  • Street Date: 01/18/22
  • PreBook Date: 12/14/21
  • Label: Kit Parker Films »
  • Genre: War
  • Run Time: 117 mins
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1945
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: WORLD
  • Language: English

 

Cast & Crew

  • Actor: Dana Andrews
  • Actor: Richard Conte
  • Actor: Norman Lloyd
  • Actor: John Ireland
  • Actor: George Tyne
  • Actor: Lloyd Bridges
  • Actor: Sterling Holloway
  • Director: Lewis B. Milestone
  • Producer: Lewis Milestone
  • Director: Lewis B. Milestone
  • Producers: Lewis Milestone

 

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A Walk In The Sun: The Definitive Restoration (2-disc Collector's Set)

A World War II story of men who were not heroes... but knew the meaning of heroism! Loaded with bonus features.

A Walk In The Sun: The Definitive Restoration (2-disc Collector
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Lewis Milestone, Academy Award® Best Director winner for All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) directs this compelling drama of American soldiers in combat during the Allied invasion of Italy in September 1943. Dana Andrews, Richard Conte, John Ireland, Lloyd Bridges, and Norman Lloyd head a stellar ensemble cast comprising the lead platoon of Texas Division of the U.S. Fifth Army. This eclectic group of citizen-soldiers are thrust into a life-or-death mission to blow up an enemy bridge while attempting to capture a strategic farmhouse heavily garrisoned by German troops. The dilemma of the common soldier trudging to an unknown fate under a blazing Italian sun is captured by the different thoughts and personalities of a disparate group of men under arduous stress. Who will rise to the occasion or crumble under pressure? Robert Rossen's literate script dramatizes the narrative from the perspective of the infantryman whose mundane routine of service-related ennui is interspersed with heart-pulsing action amid the ever-present specter of sudden death. Once seen, it is never to be forgotten. The superb camera work by six-time Academy Award® nominee Russell Harlan is supported by the titular ballad written by Millard Lampell and Earl Robinson and performed by renowned African-American operatic singer Kenneth Spencer. A Walk in the Sun was named as one of the year's top films by the National Board of Review, was nominated for Best Film by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) and was added to the National Film Registry in 2016 for its cultural, historical and aesthetic significance. Once seen, it is never to be forgotten.

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Bonus Materials

  • 4K Master from the UCLA Film & Television Archive’s 35mm photochemical restoration
  • Commentary by Alan K. Rode
  • Zanuck Goes to War: The WWII Films of Fox
  • The Battle of San Pietro - Un-cut version from the Academy Film Archive preservation negative
  • WWII Fox Movietone Newsreels
  • Theatrical trailer

Sales Points

  • For fans of 'Band of Brothers,' 'The Longest Day,' 'Twelve O'Clock High' and 'Patton'

Press Quotes

One of the years ten best films

     —National Board of Review

Dana Andrews gives one of his invariably forthright performances as a sergeant, and the rest of the impressive cast know their way around a script. And that holds particularly true of Richard Conte, who, perhaps, has the best lines.

     —Variety

Magnificent!

     —Look Magazine

...a swiftly overpowering piece of work...unquestionably one of the fine, sincere pictures about the war.

     —Bosley Crowther, New York Times

  

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