In June of 1950, Communist forces from North Korea invaded the South, and led America and the United Nations into war. The epic battles that raged over the entire Korean peninsula lasted three years. While U.S. forces were initially on the defensive, General MacArthur's surprise landing behind enemy lines at Inchon turned the tables on the Communists. The sweeping victory led to intervention by the Chinese, who invaded in the winter of 1950. A stalemate eventually developed between the two sides, along the 38th Parallel. It remains the dividing line between the two Koreas to this day.
Digitally remastered and restored from original 16mm prints. Due to age and rarity of these films, image and sound quality may vary. Run time is about 120 minutes in B+W. Format is NTSC DVD and region-free.