|P.T. 109 (director: Leslie H. Martinson; screenwriter: book by Robert J. Donovan/Richard L. Breen/Howard Sheehan/Vincent X. Flaherty; cinematographer: Robert L. Surtees; editor: Folmar Blangsted ; music: David Buttolph/William Lava; cast: Cliff Robertson (Lt. John F. Kennedy), Ty Hardin (Ens. Leonard J. Thom), James Gregory (Cmdr. C.R. Ritchie), Robert Culp (Ens. George 'Barney' Ross), Grant Williams (Lt., Alvin Cluster), Lew Gallo (Yeoman Rogers), Errol John (Benjamin Kevu), Michael Pate (Lt. Reginald Evans), Robert Blake (Charles 'Bucky' Harris), William Douglas (Gerald Zinser), Biff Elliot (Edgar E. Mauer), Norman Fell (Edmund Drewitch), Sam Gilman (Raymond Starkey), Clyde Howdy (Leon Drawdy), Buzz Martin (Maurice Kowal); Runtime: 139; MPAA Rating: NR; producer: Bryan Foy/Jack Warner; Warner Home Video; 1963)|
probably works best for fans of the popular
by Dennis Schwartz
The action scenes are dull. It probably works best for supporters of the popular President. Cliff Robertson makes for a credible young and vigorous President, and keeps things watchable.
REVIEWED ON 5/30/2016 GRADE: C+
Dennis Schwartz: "Ozus' World Movie Reviews"
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