Objective, Burma!

Warner Bros   (1945) / Region 1
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"A harrowing pace. A wealth of interesting military detail. One thrilling scene after another." -The Movie Guide

Mission accomplished! Errol Flynn, who brought boyish bravado to The Adventures of Robin Hood, Dodge City, Gentlemen Jim and other screen yarns, turns in a mature, acclaimed performance as the leader of a paratrooper patrol stranded in Burma. It's "one of the few features of which I am proud." Flynn later said.

There's reason for pride. "This is one of the finest World War II films made during the war," The Movie Guide says. "One of the best war movies," Guide for the Film Fanatic's Danny Peary wrote, "and among the grimmest." Raoul Walsh directs the hard-hitting action, shot in rugged California locations so similar to Burma that veterans of that campaign refused to believe the crew hadn't somehow sneaked into Asia.

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  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added Jan 13 2003
  • Production Year 1945
  • Empire SKU 465967
  • UPC Code 012569525023
  • Studio  Warner Bros
  • Packaging Snap
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Disc SS-DL
  • Subtitles English, French and Spanish

Features

2 Classic Warner Brothers Wartime Shorts, 1941's The Tanks Are Coming With George Tobias, Richard Travis and Gig Young and 1943's The Rear Gunner With Burgess Meredith and Ronald Reagan

Interactive Menu

Theatrical Trailer

Scene Access

Raoul Walsh Profile

Audio/Video

  • Audio
    English Dolby Digital Mono
  • Video
    Standard 1.33:1 B&W

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