Capt. Walker (Robert Mitchum) and Sgt. Warnicki (Freddie Steele) in William A. Wellman's landmark shootout sequence in a bombed-out Sicilian church, from The Story of G.I. Joe, 1945.
Opening credits followed by soldiers under the command of Lt. Walker (Robert Mitchum) adopting two scrappy old dogs, one of whom is Correspondent Ernie Pyle (Burgess Meredith) in The Story of G.I. Joe, 1945.
Italy, 1944, Pyle (Burgess Meredith, as the famous war correspondent, Ernie Pyle) notes the absence of Murphy and sees Mew (Bill Murphy) scratch the name off his insurance beneficiary form, as a patrol returns on a dark night, The Story of G.I. Joe, 1945.
Correspondent Pyle (Burgess Meredith) is in the command bunker as Walker (Robert Mitchum) then Warnicki (Freddie Steele) return, and the company realizes a North African battle is lost in The Story of G.I. Joe, 1945.
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