Pork Chop Hill (1959)

Set during the Korean War, "Pork Chop Hill" illustrates true heroism in war, when soldiers in the field fight the real battle while diplomats and UN officials attempt democracy as their troups are bleeding and dying. Gregory Peck leads a 135-man unit on the attack of the Chinese-held Pork Chop Hill. When reinforcements finally arrive, only 25 of Peck's men survive. Well known as one of the best depictions of life in the crossfire, with an uncanny "you are there" feeling.--Youtube Movies & TV

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