A Yank in Korea

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A Yank in Korea
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Directed by Lew Landers
Screenplay byWilliam Sackheim
Story by Leo Lieberman
Produced by Sam Katzman
Starring Lon McCallister
CinematographyWilliam P. Whitley
Edited byEdwin H. Bryant
Columbia Pictures
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date
  • February 14, 1951 (1951-02-14)
Running time
73 minutes
CountryUnited States

A Yank in Korea is a 1951 American war film directed by Lew Landers and starring Lon McCallister. It was one of the first films about the Korean War. [1]



A tough sergeant has to teach a hotshot young soldier how to be a team player.


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