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Sands of Iwo Jima

The story takes place on a film set in the Second World War. It is about the life of John Stryker who gets many problem which he never could has imagined in the deadly battle of Iwo Jima.
Actors: Peter Coe,
Peter Coe
Peter Coe 11 November 1918, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia
Leonard Gumley,
Leonard Gumley
Leonard Gumley 7 June 1920, New York, USA
John Agar,
John Agar
John Agar 31 January 1921, Chicago, Illinois, USA
H.P. Crowe,
H.P. Crowe
H.P. Crowe 7 March 1899, Boston, Kentucky, USA
John McGuire,
John McGuire
John McGuire 22 October 1910
George Tyne,
George Tyne
George Tyne 6 February 1917, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
David M. Shoup,
David M. Shoup
David M. Shoup 30 December 1904, Battle Ground, Indiana, USA
John H. Bradley,
John H. Bradley
John H. Bradley 10 July 1923, Antigo, Wisconsin, USA
Richard Jaeckel,
Richard Jaeckel
Richard Jaeckel 10 October 1926, Long Beach, Long Island, New York, USA
William Self,
William Self
William Self 21 June 1921, Dayton, Ohio, USA
James Brown,
James Brown
James Brown 22 March 1920, Desdemona, Texas, USA
Genre: ActionWarDrama
Director: Allan Dwan
Allan Dwan
Allan Dwan 3 April 1885, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Country: United States
Release: 1949
IMDb: 7.0
Duration: 100 min
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January 12, 2007

In one of his best roles, Wayne's Stryker is a sergeant disliked by his recruits due to his ruthless training and rigid code of ethics. The film established the two-generational plot as a Wayne staple, here contrasted with John Agar's "soft" soldier.
Old School Reviews

June 12, 2002

one of the better U.S. propaganda films of the 40s, filled with American ideals and values

March 08, 2008

One of John Wayne's best performances, and an entertainment above average on its own.
Tolucan Times

September 17, 2004

A rip-snorting 1940s style war movie
Movie Metropolis

October 21, 2005

Solid patriotic WWII vehicle for Wayne.
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

January 19, 2004

Tailor-made for John Wayne.