Original film poster
|Directed by||Max Nosseck|
|Produced by||Walter Shenson
|Written by||Kenneth G. Brown
|Music by||Alexander Gerens|
Korea Patrol (working title Korean Patrol) is a 1951 war film released by Eagle-Lion Films. Together with Sam Fuller’s The Steel Helmet and Sam Katzman’s A Yank in Korea, it was one of the first Hollywood films exploiting the Korean War.
When notified of the North Korean invasion of South Korea, an American officer assigned to the Republic of Korea Army leads a mixed American and South Korean six man patrol to blow up a strategic bridge to delay the enemy’s advance.
- p. 77 Edwards, Paul M. A Guide to Films on the Korean War Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997
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