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Based on real events, A Hill in Korea charts the fortunes of a small group of British soldiers serving in the Korean War. Out on a routine patrol, the soldiers find that Chinese troop movements have cut them off from their own lines. They try to fight their way back to safety but with the enemy surrounding them on all sides, the prospects look bleak. Facing almost insurmountable odds, they decide to stand a fight.

  1. Julian Amyes

    Director

  2. Max Catto

    Novel

  3. Ian Dalrymple

    Writer

  4. Ronald Spencer

    Writer

  5. Anthony Squire

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. George Baker

    George Baker

    Lt. Butler

  2. Stanley Baker

    Stanley Baker

    Cpl. Ryker

  3. Harry Andrews

    Harry Andrews

    Sgt. Payne

  4. Ronald Lewis

    Ronald Lewis

    Pvt. Wyatt

  5. Harry Landis

    Harry Landis

    Pvt. Rabin

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A Hill in Korea
A Hill in Korea

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Status Released

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  • September 18, 1956
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 20m

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