"I must be crazy to be in a loony bin like this."

~ One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975)

All the Young Men

During the Korean War, the lieutenant in charge of a Marine rifle platoon is killed in battle. Before he dies, he places the platoon's sergeant, who's black, in charge. The sergeant figures on having trouble with two men in his platoon: a private who has much more combat experience than he does, and a racist Southerner who doesn't like blacks in the first place and has no intention of taking orders from one.

  • Rated:
  • Genre(s): Drama, War
  • Release Date: 08/26/1960
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Director(s): Hall Bartlett
  • Writers: Hall Bartlett
  • Stars: Alan Ladd, Sidney Poitier, James Darren
  • Cast: Alan Ladd, Sidney Poitier, James Darren, Glenn Corbett, Mort Sahl, Ana María Lynch, Paul Richards, Richard Davalos, Lee Kinsolving, Joseph Gallison, Paul Baxley, Charles Quinlivan, Michael Davis, Mario Alcalde, Marie Tsien
  • Studios: Columbia Pictures Corporation, Jaguar Productions


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