Wayne shoulders the responsibility of sending pilots to their deaths fighting the Japanese over Guadalcanal; a fact of wartime life which chokes his softer second-in-command Robert Ryan. Director Nicholas Ray is best known for intense male melodramas like Rebel Without A Cause and In A Lonely Place, but he was working well within his powers here. Wayne and Ryan have some strong scenes together, none more so than when Wayne informs his officer he is to be passed over for promotion.

Special Features:

  • None Listed
Certificate:
12
Actor:
William Harrigan

Don Taylor

Robert Ryan

John Wayne
Director:
Nicholas Ray
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
Aspect Ratio 4:3
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
Subtitle Languages:
English for the deaf and hard of hearing
Theatrical Release Year:
1951

Flying Leathernecks

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Wayne shoulders the responsibility of sending pilots to their deaths fighting the Japanese over Guadalcanal; a fact of wartime life which chokes his softer second-in-command Robert Ryan. Director Nicholas Ray is best known for intense male melodramas like Rebel Without A Cause and In A Lonely Place, but he was working well within his powers here. Wayne and Ryan have some strong scenes together, none more so than when Wayne informs his officer he is to be passed over for promotion.

Special Features:

  • None Listed
Certificate:
12
Actor:
William Harrigan

Don Taylor

Robert Ryan

John Wayne
Director:
Nicholas Ray
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
Aspect Ratio 4:3
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
Subtitle Languages:
English for the deaf and hard of hearing
Theatrical Release Year:
1951
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