Sunday Seconds with the Duke

The Green Berets (1968)

Episode #50

Warner Bros.-Seven Arts released The Green Berets on July 27, 1968. John Wayne, Ray Kellogg, and Mervyn LeRoy directed the film starring John Wayne, David Janssen, and Jim Hutton.

‘The Green Berets’ Plot Summary

A group of Green Berets, under the command of Colonel Mike Kirby, defend a firebase called Dodge City during the Vietnam war. Reporter George Beckworth accompanies the men even though he objects to both the war and the methods US forces use to fight it. When Kirby finds the Viet Cong and North Vietnam Army is about to take control of the base, he orders his troops back until an airstrike can help them retake it. Soon Kirby’s Superiors order him on a mission to capture a high-level Viet Cong officer deep in enemy territory Meanwhile, Beckworth gains respect for Kirby and US troops.

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Warner Bros.-Seven Arts released The Green Berets on July 27, 1968. John Wayne, Ray Kellogg, and Mervyn LeRoy directed the film starring John Wayne, David Janssen, and Jim Hutton.

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