Shell Shock

Infobox Film
name = Shell Shock


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director = John Hayes
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released = 1964
runtime = 84 min.
country = U.S.A.
language = English
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imdb_id = 0155166

"Shell Shock", also known as "82nd Marines Attack" was a 1964 film by B-movie director John Hayes. The film takes place in Italy during World War II, and tells the story of a sergeant with his group of soldiers.

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