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Twelve O'Clock High


Gregory Peck, Hugh Marlowe, Gary Merrill, Millard Mitchell View All


Henry King (Director), Sy Bartlett (Screenplay), Beirne Lay Jr. (Screenplay) View All

Release: Dec. 21st, 1949
Runtime: 2 hours, 12 minutes
In this story of the early days of daylight bombing raids over Germany, General Frank Savage must take command of a "hard luck" bomber group. Much of the story deals with his struggle to whip his group into a disciplined fighting unit in spite of heavy losses, and withering attacks by German fighters over their targets.
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mark f
It's definitely not a gung-ho war film; in fact, it's a very potent anti-war film, but it's one of those films which makes the case that some wars are necessary and have to be won, no matter what the cost.