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No Man Is an Island (1962)





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This is a routine docudrama on the life of George R. Tweed, a World War II hero played by Jeffrey Hunter. Tweed was trapped on Guam from the day when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and began their Pacific campaign. Tweed manages to survive detection throughout the long war years, and when the time comes for the Allies to invade the island, he is instrumental in signaling information to them from his hidden base on a hilltop. Although the events depicted are based on facts, those facts and the character of Tweed himself are sacrificed at times to the demand for dramatic effects.


Jeffrey Hunter
as George R. Tweed
Barbara Perez
as 'Joe' Cruz
Marshall Thompson
as Jonn Sonnenberg
Ronald Remy
as Chico Torres
Rolf Bayer
as Chief Schultz
Amparo Custodio
as Mrs. Nakamura
Vic Silayan
as Maj. Hondo
Bert La Fortesa
as Cmdr. Oto Harada
Bert La Forteza
as Comdr. Oto Harada
Eddie Infante
as Sus Quintagua
Rosa Mia
as Primera Quintagua
Joseph de Cordova
as Father Pangolin
Mario Barri
as Limtiago
Stevie Joseph
as Tommy Tanaka
as Mrs. Nakamura
Ding Tello
as Japanese Sergeant Major
Burt Olivar
as Antonio Cruz
as Chichay
Veronica Palileo
as Josefa Cruz
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