A Walk in the Sun
A Walk in the Sun is a 1945 World War II film that follows a US Army platoon that lands in Italy in 1943 and is commanded by Sergeant Bill Tyne (Dana Andrews). As the platoon makes its way inland to attempt to take a fortified farmhouse, tension in the platoon ensures as casualties mount. Director Lewis Milestone (All Quiet on the Western Front) achieves a gritty realism that is ultimately closer to the truth of combat.
- Directors: Lewis Milestone
The following weapons were used in the film A Walk in the Sun:
For some reason they showed the one soldier always carrying an M1A1 Thompson but for all the firing scenes it was switched for a Model 1928A1 Thompson, probably because the 1928A1 was easier to blank adapt.
Browning Automatic Rifle
Browning M2 50 cal. Aircraft
Browning M2 50 cal. Heavy Barrel
It has air-cooled barrel so look more like MG08/18.