Red, white and blue pro-Vietnam war story. More like propaganda than entertainment, but John Wayne chews the dialogue and swaggers around loving every minute of it!
Captain Coleman (Jason Evers) receives officer Nim (George Takei) after a patrol, who's then introduced to the new commander York (John Wayne, who also co-directed) and McDaniels (Edward Faulkner), in the Vietnam combat drama The Green Berets, 1968.
Col. York (John Wayne, the producer and co-director) observing reporter Beckworth (David Janssen) and soldiers Muldoon (Aldo Ray) and McGee (Raymond St. Jacques) discussing Vietnam in a state-side press event, early in The Green Berets, 1968.
On location at Fort Bragg, NC, Kirby (co-director and star John Wayne), with Muldoon (Aldo Ray), McGee (Raymond St. Jacques) and company, recruit crafty Peterson (Jim Hutton) for their squad headed to Vietnam, in an early scene from The Green Berets, 1968.
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Screen legend John Wayne stars in this war drama about a cynical war correspondent whose paper doesn't believe the U.S. should be involved in Vietnam. When he gets sent on special assignment, he has the opportunity to see the Special Forces in action as he travels to the war zone accompanied by two green berets. With a powerful cast of familiar television faces, featuring David Janssen ("The Fugitive"), Jim Hutton ("The Adventures of Ellery Queen"), George Takei ("Star Trek") and Jack Soo ("Barney Miller"). Co-directed by the Duke himself, and featuring Barry Sadler's hit song, "Ballad of the Green Beret."
John Wayne stars in this war drama about a cynical war correspondent whose paper doesn't believe the U.S. should be involved in Vietnam.
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