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Having evacuated the Philippines, Gregory Peck (title character) arrives in Melbourne, Australia, 1942, where aide Diller (Allan Miller) informs him a counter-attack is not in the cards, plus other news, in the bio-pic MacArthur, 1977.
Admiral Nimitz (Addison Powell) is in the room but the only audience is President Roosevelt (Dan O'Herlihy), getting an earful and then some from Gregory Peck (title character) on why he has to re-take the biggest island in the Philippines, in MacArthur 1977.
About to evacuate the Philippines, aide Huff (Nicolas Coster) tries to persuade his boss Gregory Peck (title character) to take a safer submarine, the general's wife Jean (Marj Dusay) joins him in refusing, in director Joseph Sargent's bio-pic MacArthur, 1977.
Although married to others, a man (Alan Alda) and a woman (Ellen Burstyn) embark on an annual affair in Same Time, Next Year (1978).
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General Douglas MacArthur (Gregory Peck), one of the most controversial public figures ever, is the subject of this drama that traces his career as war strategist and presidential hopeful.
General Douglas MacArthur (Gregory Peck), one of the most controversial public figures of our time, is the subject of this superb biographical drama which traces his outstanding career. In 1942, with his position in the Philippines made hopeless by Japan's destruction of more than half the planes in his Far East Command, MacArthur leaves pledging "I shall return!" MacArthur does return, with riveting victories in the Pacific and the deft handling of the democratization of Japan; he is also armed with Presidential aspirations. While serving in Korea, it is there that his colossal ego and insubordination results in dismissal by Truman in 1951. MacArthur is a compelling story which explores the many facets of his ambitious character. It clearly demonstrates his brilliance as a strategist; his lust for publicity and flair for dramatics.
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