It's 1951 in Korea, a time that the United States Army doesn't like to remember. The Communists, led by Chinese forces, are tearing up the battlefield and overrunning American and South Korean positions, and in the midst of it Sgt. Paul William Ryker (Lee Marvin), decorated World War II hero with medals that would be the envy of any man in uniform, has been convicted of treason for allegedly deserting, going over to the enemy and spending weeks behind enemy lines. He's scheduled to be executed, but Capt. David Young (Bradford Dillman), the prosecutor in the case, begins... to worry that Ryker wasn't properly represented at trial. He believes Ryker was guilty but wants him to be convicted fairly... [show more]
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