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Men And War - Main Theme - Masaru Sato - Sound Theater - A Single Pencil (CD)


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  1. Men of War takes place in Europe and North Africa during the height of World War II. The story takes place over three different campaigns and players take on the role of Soviet, Allied and German soldiers. Each campaign has its own scenario and structured timeline, which brings different elements of the war .
  2. Composed by: Masaru Satoh Masaru Sato is one of the Japanese representative film composers. He wrote film scores in his life. This CD is his memorial album including his best film scores, the world premier recordings and the first release in Stereo at high quality sound.
  3. Men in War Two enemies join forces to MORE > $ Regularly $ buy now On September 6, , at the beginning of the Korean War, Lt. Benson and his platoon are stranded on a hillside, unable to contact division headquarters on their radio and unable .
  4. 20 amazing soundtracks from war movies! And because beauty is in the eye of the beholder, it’s not any top 20, the order is completely random, though every soundtrack in this article is worthy of hearing again.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sound Theater - A Single Pencil on Discogs. Label: AG Soundtracks - AGCS/02 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Japan • Genre: Stage & Screen • Style: Soundtrack, Theme.
  6. Jun 28,  · Directed by Satsuo Yamamoto. With Kei Yamamoto, Hideki Takahashi, Mizuho Suzuki, Shinsuke Ashida.
  7. Men in War () ""One more step and I'll fill your guts with lead!"" TMDb Score. Not Yet Rated 1 hr 42 min Jan 25th, Action.
  8. Other articles where Men in War is discussed: Anthony Mann: The s: westerns: got back on track with Men in War (), a Korean War tale with Robert Ryan and Aldo Ray as a lieutenant and a sergeant, respectively, who must put aside their differences when they and their men are trapped behind enemy lines. The Tin Star () used polar opposites Henry.

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