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Imdb Hacksaw Ridge Navigation menu VideoHACKSAW RIDGE - - Official Australian Trailer 11/25/ · An historical overview of the movie Hacksaw Ridge on the IMDb top including charts, statistics and more!/10(K). Hacksaw Ridge is a biographical war film directed by Mel Gibson and written by Andrew Knight and Robert Schenkkan, based on the documentary The Conscientious arealitystudios.com film focuses on the World War II experiences of Desmond Doss, an American pacifist combat medic who, as a Seventh-day Adventist Christian, refused to carry or use a weapon or firearm . Hacksaw Ridge (19,) IMDb 2 h X-Ray R Andrew Garfield stars as pacifistic WWII hero Desmond T. Doss, who saved 75 men at the Battle of Okinawa without ever firing a Rating: R.
Dann besuchen sie Moto P30 unsere neue TV Webseite und Imdb Hacksaw Ridge sie fr Ihren Kinder Kostenlos Prosieben Maxx Live Stream Ohne Anmeldung anschauen. - Neue KritikenFriedrich Fred Melamed Hacksaw Ridge is a World War II film directed by Mel Gibson and tells the true story of Desmond T. Doss (Andrew Garfield), a US Army medic in the 77th Infantry Division who faced persecution and ridicule for his refusal to carry a weapon into battle due to his religious beliefs and ended up receiving the Medal of Honor for saving the lives of 75 of his fellow soldiers during the battle for the Maeda Escarpment (the eponymous Hacksaw Ridge) in Okinawa. Directed by Mel Gibson. With Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Luke Bracey, Teresa Palmer. World War II American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, who served during the Battle of Okinawa, refuses to kill people, and becomes the first man in American history to receive the Medal of Honor without firing a shot. During the Battle of Okinawa, Doss' unit is informed that they are to relieve the 96th Infantry Division, which was tasked with ascending and securing the Maeda Escarpment ("Hacksaw Ridge"). Both sides suffer heavy losses during the initial fight. Doss saves his squadmate Smitty, earning his respect. Hacksaw Ridge (19,) IMDb 2 h X-Ray R Andrew Garfield stars as pacifistic WWII hero Desmond T. Doss, who saved 75 men at the Battle of Okinawa without ever firing a weapon. Hacksaw Ridge is a biographical war film directed by Mel Gibson and written by Andrew Knight and Robert Schenkkan, based on the documentary The Conscientious Objector. The film focuses on the World War II experiences of Desmond Doss, an American pacifist combat medic who, as a Seventh-day Adventist Christian, refused to carry or use.
Captain Daniels Philip Quast Judge James Mackay Prosecutor Ryan Corr Lieutenant Manville Sam Parsonson Irv Schecter Craig Reeves Climbing Soldier Adrian Twigg Soldier - Death Throes Sean Lynch Popeye Luke McMahon Stretcher Bearer Bill Thompson Wounded Soldier William Takayanagi-Temm Firing Japanese Soldier 1 as William Temm Kazuaki Ono Firing Japanese Soldier 2 Thomas Unger Stretcher Bearer Eric Taugherbeck Wounded Private O'Conner Hayden Geens Wounded Private Blake Ned Law Rescued Private Horvath as Edward Ned Law Kazuki Yuyama Corpse with Rats 2 Daisaku Takeda Corpse With Rats 3 as Daisuka Takeda Raphael Dubois Corpse with Rats 4 Tim Potter Soldier Hank Santo Tripodi Soldier Carl Matt Nable Lt Colonel Cooney Laurence Brewer Head Doctor John Batziolas Rescued Private Schulenburg Nobuaki Shimamoto Japanese Officer Hiroshi Kasuga Japanese Hanging Soldier Ryuzaburo Naruse Injured Japanese in Tunnel Taka Uematsu Reacting Japanese Soldier 2 as Hisataka Uematsu Adam Bowes Rescued Wounded Leg Soldier Michael Hennessy Rescued Private Moran Benjamin McCann Rescued Private Saareste Yuki Nagashima Rescued Japanese Soldier as Yukihiro Nagashima Taki Abe Japanese Sniper as Takehiro Abe Daniel Thone Stretcher Bearer Nathan Halls Private Tillson Nicholas Cowey Private Gregan Charles Upton Scared Military Officer Yoji Tatsuta Japanese General Toshiyuki Teramoto Surrendering Soldier Honsen Haga Japanese General's Assistant Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Chris Bartlett Private Baudour uncredited Jake Bennett I uncredited Wez Debono US Army Company B uncredited Matthew Dippel US Army - Company B uncredited Desmond T.
Self archive footage uncredited Harold Doss Self archive footage uncredited Akira Fujii Japanese Soldier uncredited Mark Gadaleta Officer uncredited Jack Glover Self archive footage uncredited Daniel Keen Japanese Gunner uncredited So Mang Lee Japanese Soldier uncredited Tom Molnar Soldier uncredited Jason Pugh I uncredited Milan Pulvermacher Billy Bob uncredited Jim Punnett Japanese Soldier uncredited Sam Romain US Medic uncredited Matt Scaletti US Army Soldier uncredited Glen Snow Wedding guest uncredited Andrew Wang Japanese Soldier uncredited Michael Adam Welsh Safety Supervisor Stephen Murdoch Pyros, prep Mike Horvath Stanley C.
Knapp US Army Ret. Ned Law Blaine Johnston Michael Park Mitchell White Edit page. Browning M2HB heavy machine guns are mounted on M4 Sherman tanks and M5 Halftracks.
These weapons are also used by the 96th Infantry Division. Japanese troops use a Type 92 Heavy Machine Gun mounted in a bunker in defence of Hacksaw Ridge.
Japanese infantry are also seen with the Type 96 Light Machine Gun , most notably used to great effect during the Japanese counterattack.
Smitty Ryker Luke Bracey uses the Mk 2 Hand Grenade against a Japanese position, in true action-hero style pulling the pin with his teeth. Japanese soldiers use Type 97 Hand Grenades.
They are notably seen in the final battle when Japanese soldiers fake their surrender then throw them at US troops.
Doss deflects the grenades, taking the brunt of the blast in the process. An M1A1 Bazooka is used by a US soldier to destroy a Japanese bunker. Japanese soldiers use the M1 Mortar , painted a dirty yellow, during the battle of Hacksaw Ridge.
US Army soldiers use the M2 Mortar during the initial attack on Hacksaw Ridge. During the Japanese counterattack, several retreating US soldiers including Smitty Ryker Luke Bracey are seen using 60mm shells as improvised hand grenades against Japanese soldiers.
They armed the shells by banging them against their helmets and threw them, killing several enemy soldiers, like Saving Private Ryan they only used the mortar base plate to prime the shells.
A US Army Sergeant received the Medal of Honor during Battle of Okinawa for holding off a Japanese attack with, amongst other things, 60mm mortar shells.
US soldiers, most notably Wal Kirzinski Nico Cortez , use the M2 Flamethrower against Japanese positions to great effect.
Andy "Ghoul" Walker Goran D. Kleut and Smitty Ryker Luke Bracey use the M37 Satchel Charge in an attack on a Japanese bunker.
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