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Yesterday's Enemy (1959)

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The scene is Burma during World War II. A small British brigade led by Stanley Baker comes upon a Burmese village controlled by the Japanese. The brigade wipes out the enemy, whereupon Baker discovers that the late Japanese commandant has a coded map secreted on his person. When a Burmese prisoner who can decode the map refuses to talk, Baker orders that two peaceful villagers be executed. Baker's actions seem cruel and extreme until it becomes apparent that the enemy is twice as ruthless as he. Based on a TV play by Peter R. Newman, Yesterday's Enemy is a brutal but insightful look at the blurred line between good and evil in wartime conditions. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast

Stanley Baker
as Capt. Langford
Guy Rolfe
as Padre
Richard Pasco
as 2nd Lieutenant Hastings
Gordon Jackson
as Sgt. MacKenzie
Russell Waters
as Brigadier
Philip Ahn
as Yamazaki
Wolfe Morris
as Informer
David Lodge
as Perkins
Barry Lowe
as Turner
Alan Keith
as Bendish
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