A Yank in Libya (1942)

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“A Yank in Libya” is a World War II action film released in 1942, directed by Albert Herman and starring H.B. Warner as the lead character, Colonel John Wister.

The movie follows the story of Colonel Wister, an American soldier who is sent to Libya to assist the British forces in their fight against the German army. Wister is initially skeptical of the British and their tactics, but he soon comes to respect and admire his new allies. Together, they engage in a series of battles against the Germans, including a daring raid on a German airfield.

As the war in Libya intensifies, Wister becomes increasingly involved in the conflict and forms a close bond with the British soldiers under his command. However, he also faces personal challenges, including a romantic entanglement with a British nurse and a clash with a rival American officer.

Despite the obstacles, Wister remains committed to his mission and to his comrades in arms. In a dramatic final battle, he leads a successful attack against the German forces and helps to turn the tide of the war in favor of the Allies.

“A Yank in Libya” was a patriotic film made during World War II, designed to boost morale and support for the war effort. The movie’s themes of bravery, camaraderie, and sacrifice continue to resonate with audiences today.

Albert Herman

Arthur St. Claire, Sherman L. Lowe

Walter Woolf King, Joan Woodbury, H.B. Warner

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