Korea Patrol (working title Korean Patrol) is a 1951 war film released by Eagle-Lion Films. Together with Sam Fuller’s The Steel Helmet and Sam Katzman’s A Yank in Korea, it was one of the first Hollywood films exploiting the Korean War.
Original film poster
|Directed by||Max Nosseck|
|Produced by||Walter Shenson|
|Written by||Kenneth G. Brown |
|Music by||Alexander Gerens|
|Distributed by||Eagle-Lion Films|
|January 15, 1951|
When notified of the North Korean invasion of South Korea, an American officer assigned to the Republic of Korea Army leads a mixed American and South Korean six man patrol to blow up a strategic bridge to delay the enemy’s advance.
- p. 77 Edwards, Paul M. A Guide to Films on the Korean War Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997