Beachhead (1954)

  • Year: 1954
  • Released: 05 Feb 1954
  • Country: United States
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: Approved
  • Genre: Drama, War
  • Runtime: 90 min
  • Writer: Richard Alan Simmons, Richard G. Hubler
  • Director: Stuart Heisler
  • Cast: Tony Curtis, Frank Lovejoy, Mary Murphy
  • Keywords: world war ii,
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42% – Audience

Beachhead Storyline

On a Japanese-occupied island during World War II, only two soldiers remain alive after a mission attempt goes horribly wrong. Trapped on the island, they must escort a scientist and his daughter to the other side of the island where their ship awaits. They must battle nature, hard terrain, and advancing Japanese troops.—Jeremy Kirk

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Beachhead Movie Reviews

Good Pacific Theater war drama

One of Tony Curtis’ early starring roles is this war film of a detachment of Marines sent out to locate a planter and verify a message he sent concerning the location of Japanese minefields on the island. Because of the danger surrounding their mission, tempers are frayed and old resentments surface as the platoon makes its way through the jungle while trying to avoid detection by Japanese soldiers who seem to be all around them. The film has several tense moments as the Marines find a way to slip through the tightening Japanese noose and face even more danger after locating the planter and his daughter. Curtis is the marquee name here and his Hollywood hunk appeal is displayed to good effect while trying to spark pretty Mary Murphy. Frank Lovejoy is solid as always as the Marine sergeant leader with something to prove after a disastrous result at Guadalcanal. John Doucette, a great character actor in his time, has a cameo role as a major who sends the platoon out on its mission impossible. Technicolor is lush and realistic and the music score is also very nice.

It Was A Pretty Good WW2 Movie !

I remember this movie because I saw it at Ten Mile River Boy Scout Camp about 1955-56 And I remember it because The Camp Master had made an announcement that they had a surprise for us that night.And of course all day long we wondered what it was.And of course we all came up with ideas that at the time seemed logical,but of course looking back seem funny now .And I remember it was a nice cool summer night and we sat down on the grass and then the movie started and it was Beachhead and starred actors who of course at the time I knew nothing about .And of course now I know that it was Tony Curtis,Frank Lovejoy(an underrated actor who was always good no matter what he did Mary Murphy,Eduard Franz (another fine actor who always did a great job )Skip Homier (Who passed away earlier this year RIP Skip)john Doucette and an actor named Alan Wells .And to a bunch of boy scouts having a chance to see a movie like this was a great thrill.And of course for years I remembered the story but not the name until one night I saw it on TV and realized it was the movie I had seen so many years ago .And it was as good as I remembered it .And since its been reviewed so many times I decided not to review it But instead did it this way okay? 10/31/2017 2:28P.M.

Well-done WWII tale

I am generally not a fan of war films, but “Beachhead” is a more personal kind of war film, in which a small group of people take a journey that challenges not only their bodies, but their priorities and their values as well. The director, Stuart Heisler, maintains fairly consistent tension; an opening scene, where a man is blown up in an explosion as the title appears on the screen, is quite graphic for 1954. A young, pumped-up Tony Curtis holds it together with a strong, physical performance, and he is well-supported by Frank Lovejoy and the most appealing Mary Murphy. She is also game for the physical scenes, even if her character cannot escape the cliché of the woman who sprains her ankle and then has to be carried along. Filmed on location in Kauai – which is another plus. *** out of 4.