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Too Late The Hero (1970)
Starring: Michael Caine, Cliff Robertson, Harry Andrews, Ian bannen, Denholm Elliott, Henry Fonda, Ronald Fraser, Ken Takakura
Director: Robert Aldrich
Category: Action / Adventure, Drama, Classic
Studio: Anchor Bay
133 mins



War.It's A Dying Business.

Lt. Sam Lawson (Cliff Robertson) is a laid-back interpreter who has always managed to avoid combat, until his commander (Henry Fonda) assigns him to a team of British raiders on a remote Pacific Island.But when their secret mission to destroy a Japanese radio outpost becomes a savage massacre, Lawson and the cynical Pvt. Tosh Hearne (Michael Caine) are left with one desperate shot at survival: a final suicide run through enemy territory that will forever shatter the lines between brutality, betrayal and the true cost of courage.