Based on an incredible true story, this drama tells the tale of Guy Gabaldon, a homeless boy adopted by a Japanese-American family. After the attack at Pearl Harbor, Guy joins the Marines and uses his language skills to communicate with the Japanese during the bloodiest battles of WWII, convincing hundreds to surrender.
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A young man, raised by a Japanese family in Los Angeles, finds his knowledge of the Japanese language invaluable to the Marines after Pearl Harbor in this war saga. Based on the true story of World War II hero Gary Gabaldon. Starring David Janssen (TV's "The Fugitive"), Vic Damone ("Kismet"), Sessue Hayakawa ("The Bridge on the River Kwai") and Patricia Owens ("The Fly"), and directed by Phil Karlson ("Walking Tall").
A young man, raised by a Japanese family in Los Angeles, finds his knowledge of the Japanese language invaluable to the Marines after Pearl Harbor in this war saga.
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