WALK IN THE SUN, A: Restored Collector's Edition [DVD] 
American soldiers hit the beach at Salerno and begin their trek across the countryside toward the Nazi-occupied farmhouse they’ve been ordered to destroy.
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
During the World War II Allied invasion of Italy, the film stars Dana Andrews as Sgt. Tyne, one of the officers leading an attack on a farmhouse in the Italian countryside which functions as a German stronghold. When the ranking officers are killed soon after the platoon lands on the beach, Tyne must take over. The film is noted for its attempt to portray the infantryman’s experience realistically, in particular the banter and mid-1940s slang. This WWII film was the first to use a ballad as a thematic element, a practice which, after HIGH NOON, would become a cliché of the 1950s. One of the best WWII films, A WALK IN THE SUN combines documentary-like sequences with a sharp awareness of the isolation of each soldier in the midst of battle.
- Interview with Norman Lloyd
- Video featurette "The Men of A Walk in the Sun" with Joel Blumberg
Region All Regions
Audio Dolby Digital Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.33:1 / 4x3
Subtitles Optional English Subtitles
Rating Not Rated