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"Guadalcanal Diary" is a 1943 World War II war film directed by Lewis Seiler, featuring Preston Foster, Lloyd Nolan, William Bendix, Richard Conte, Anthony Quinn and the film debut of Richard Jaeckel. It was directed by Lewis Seiler and based on the book of the same name by Richard Tregaskis.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: Bryan Foy
- art direction by Leland Fuller
- cinematography by Charles G. Clarke
- edited by Fred Allen
- music by David Buttolph
- set decoration by Thomas Little
- genres: Black-and-white, War film, Action Film, Action/Adventure, Combat Films
- subject: World War II
- released in (72 years ago)
"Guadalcanal Diary" is a memoir written by war correspondent Richard Tregaskis and first published by Random House on January 1st 1943. The book recounts the author's time with the United States Marine Corps on Guadalcanal in the early stages of the pivotal months-long battle there starting in 1942.
- also known as "Guadalcanal Diary (Landmark Books, 55)"
- subjects: World War II, 20th century, History, Modern history, Solomon Islands, United States of America, Military branch, US Marines, Military history
Guadalcanal Diary is an alternative jangle pop group. They originated in Marietta, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta, but they were often billed as being "from Athens, Georgia" in the early 1980s. The band formed in 1981 and disbanded in 1989. They reformed in 1997, but never recorded any new material. After going on hiatus in 2000, Guadalcanal Diary temporarily reunited for a second time in 2011 for Athfest, where they celebrated their 30th anniversary.
- also known as Emergency Broadcast System
- genres: Pop music, Jangle pop, Alternative rock, College rock
- albums: "2x4", "Flip-Flop", "At Your Birthday Party", "Jamboree", "Walking in the Shadow of the Big Man", "Watusi Rodeo", "Walking in the Shadow of the Big Man: Jamboree"
- official website: www.guadalcanaldiary.com
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Guadalcanal Diary is a classic of what we would now call embedded combat reporting, offering an eyewitness account of the first six weeks of the famous battle ...
World War II Movies (2010)
by Philip Martin McCaulay
Guadalcanal Diary is a 20th Century Fox film directed by.
Marine Pride (2004)
A Salute to America's Elite Fighting Force by Scott Keller
With predictable inflammatory dialogue and plotting and broad burlesque performances by a gaggle of recognizable character actors in familiar stereotypes, Guadalcanal Diary is a rush job notable today for an early appearance by Anthony ...
An Encyclopedia by Louis G. Perez
Guadalcanal Diary. New York: Random ...
Encyclopedia of World War II (2007)
by Alan Axelrod, Jack A. Kingston
Guadalcanal Diary. New York: Modern Library, 2000. Guam, Battle of This article discusses the fall of Guam to the Japanese on December 10, 1941. The battle to retake the island is discussed in Mariana Islands Campaign. Guam, in the ...
by Peter Karsten
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by William A. Pencak
himself of Mexican descent, as a Mexican- American marine private in the popular War World II epic Guadalcanal Diary (1943) and in the modest film A Medal For Benny (1945), the story of War World II Hispanic sacrifices was often forgotten ...
by Ronald H. Bayor
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by Keith M. Booker
More common were films that focused on pro-American propaganda, generally combined with anti-Nazi or anti-Japanese propaganda, including such films as Guadalcanal Diary (1943), Destination Tokyo (1943), Thirty Seconds over Tokyo ...
by William Pencak
as a Mexican- American marine private in the popular War World II epic Guadalcanal Diary (1943) and in the modest film A Medal For Benny (1945), the story of War World II Hispanic sacrifices was often forgotten. However, the voice of other ...
by Thomas S. Hischak
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