Behind the Scenes of They Were Expendable: A Pictorial by Lou Sabini,Nicholas Scutti

By Lou Sabini,Nicholas Scutti

In 1945 U.S. army photographer Nick Scutti came upon himself within the Florida Keys at the set of the vintage international conflict II drama They have been Expendable, taking candid photographs of director John Ford, stars Robert Montgomery and John Wayne and the aiding forged and team. Scutti’s by no means ahead of released number of totally captioned photographs offers a special chronicle of the 30-day place shoot, revealing info of the making of the movie and in a few cases disproving sure statements made through MGM exposure and Ford himself. short biographies are incorporated of the celebrities of the movie and of the lads the movie used to be established upon.

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