Gung Ho

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Released 1943

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Director:
Ray Enright
Released:
1943
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Gung Ho is a film from 1943 and set during World War II. It stars Randolph Scott, directed by Ray Enright and produced by Walter Wanger. The film begins with a man asking for men to volunteer for a special battalion that will be involved in dangerous combat for the war. The film follows their recruitment and their training for the combat. It is narrated by Chet Huntley. All of the men are asked why they want to join the battalion, and all have their own unique answers. The film takes the style of an infomercial, selling marine training to men who might volunteer. The men train for 3 months before receiving orders to ship out. They receive a layout of the island and begin to plan how they will invade. When they are ready, the men load into submarines and shipped to the islands. When they come ashore, they meet gunfire; but, they manage to take down the shooters. The battalion moves swiftly across the island and in their attempts to overtake enemy territory. This is an empowering pro-war film about the beginning successes in World War II.moreless

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