THE STEEL HELMET and THE TANKS ARE COMING! Two B&W WAR Movies Worth Watching.

If Watching a good War Movie and you’re a Tanker, the The Tanks are Coming Movie will Open your eyes to How the WWII Tanks were in Action. It’s a good Movie with a Mean-Ole Tank Commander that is worth his weight in gold.

And THE STEEL HELMET is a Korean War Movie that really needs your Viewing. Any War in Korea is gonna be an Ugly. Very Ugly Mess. Tons will Use and it will be a shame if it ever happens. But well worth the Viewing.

In the early days of the Korean War, gruff U.S. Sgt. Zack (Gene Evans) is retreating to safety after an enemy attack wipes out his unit. Rescued and guided through the jungle by a friendly Korean orphan (William Chun), Zack runs into an African-American medic (James Edwards) and a platoon led by Lt. Driscoll (Steve Brodie), a by-the-book officer. Together, this unlikely band of brothers make their way to an abandoned Buddhist temple, where they stage a desperate attempt to fend off the enemy.

Sgt. Sullivan must wipe his tank crew into shape. Because his Tank is The Lead Tank headed into the Siegfried Line. Wipe them into War Battle Shape and he’s already a Veteran of other Big WWII War Battles. His men immediately question him when he requests a Drunk Tanker to be pulled out of the Brig and placed on his Tank as his Driver. And the Tank has a California Name written on it and it’s Not California Dreaming. But great War Scenes ensue and great Bravery is exhibited. A Movie well worth the Watch. And lots of fond Memories for Tankers. And one Man is on Sullivan’s Team who is on a Mission to find his Grandparents hidden in a Cellar in a War Torn Town. It is a moving scene. I was a Gunner on a Tank and this Movie I completely loved.

In the early days of the Korean War, gruff U.S. Sgt. Zack (Gene Evans) is retreating to safety after an enemy attack wipes out his unit. Rescued and guided through the jungle by a friendly Korean orphan (William Chun), Zack runs into an African-American medic (James Edwards) and a platoon led by Lt. Driscoll (Steve Brodie), a by-the-book officer. Together, this unlikely band of brothers make their way to an abandoned Buddhist temple, where they stage a desperate attempt to fend off the enemy.