In Harm's Way
In World War II, two Naval officers take part in the efforts to recuperate from and retaliate for Pearl Harbor.
In Harm's Way (1965)
“I was a much more effective military man on the screen than in real life. I played a naval officer. It was the first movie I did with John Wayne. Although we were not close, and politically antipodal, he asked me to work with him several times. It was the first time I worked with Otto Preminger. Brilliant, a great sense of showmanship. Professionally, he was an absolute bully.” Ragman’s Son, 370-380