Cast: Barrile Anthony; Boatman Michael; Cheadle Don; Dolan Michael; Goodman Doug; James Don; McDermott Dylan; Nickles Michael A.; O’Reilly Harry; O’Shea Daniel; Palmore J.C.; Quill Tim; Swerdlow Tommy; Van Sickle J.D.; Vance Courtney B.; Weber Steven; West Tegan; Chinh Kieu; Carabatsos James; Nasatir Marcia; Offsay Jerry; MacDonald Peter; Glass Philip; Irvin John; Tanner Peter; Alves Susanna; Beechinor Sallie; Birmingham Andy; Birmingham Mark; Conmy Jr. Joseph B.; Cooper Peter; Donoghue Quinn; Eastmond Yvonne; Gajardo Sylvia; Hume Pauline; James Jill; Leonardo Glady; Martin Gary; Matthews Robin; Neal Al; Penn Annie; Press Gwynn; Trigo Tom; Spriggs Austen
Taglines: War at its worst. Men at their Best.
While the rest of the world wondered why, the Screamin’ Eagles fought and died in the fiercest battle of America’s bloodiest war.
The most realistic portrayal of the Vietnam War ever filmed . Because it’s the only one that’s true.
Storyline: A brutal and realistic war film focuses on the lives of a squad of 14 U.S. Army soldiers of B Company, 3rd Battalion, 187th Infanty Regiment, 101st Airborne Division during the brutal 10 day (May 11-20, 1969) battle for Hill 937 in the A Shau Valley of Vietnam as they try again and again to take the fortified hill held by the North Vietnamese, and the faults and casualties they take every time in which the battle was later dubbed “Hamburger Hill” because enemy fire was so fierce that the fusillade of bullets turned assaulting troops into shreded hamburger meat.