Hamburger Hill

Hamburger Hill

bloody Viet Nam battle over strategically worthless objective (1969). [Am. Hist.: Van Doren, 631]
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AT THE CINEMA: There were a host of big movies showing at North East cinemas, including Beverly Hills Cop II, Empire of the Sun, Hamburger Hill and The Witches of Eastwick.
Fortunately, I survived 11 brutal, bloody assaults up Hill 937, Hamburger Hill.
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That led to feature film roles in Hamburger Hill (1987) and Colors (1988).
On Hamburger Hill, he earned the Bronze Star and an Army Commendation Medal, but he brought much more than decorations home with him.
Bob Harkins, led the same regiment four decades ago in Vietnam during Operation Apache Snow, more commonly known as the Battle of Hamburger Hill.
Lewis looks at the ways Hollywood solidified the stereotype, noting that even explicitly antiwar stories, such as the movies Platoon and Hamburger Hill and the TV show M'A'S'H, managed to reinforce the idea that protest was a middleclass endeavor.
The crouching beast; a United States Army lieutenant's account of the Battle for Hamburger Hill, May 1969.
Kathryn Bigelow's big Oscar winner was hailed as the Platoon of Iraq war movies, but its Vietnam movie equivalent is Hamburger Hill.
I'd just made Hamburger Hill in the Philippines, where there were no trailers and somebody died while we were making the movie.
Andy has been in the movie business for more than 20 years, acting as a producer, production controller or production accountant on films such as GI Jane, Hamburger Hill and The Killing Fields.
It took part in the D-Day landings in June 1944, the battle of Hamburger Hill in Vietnam, the invasion of Iraq, and is now on yet another American front line, this time high in the mountains of central Asia.