The Heroes Trailer

The Heroes Trailer (1988)

01 January 1988 Drama, Action, War 208 mins

Based on a true story, The Heroes follows one of the most extraordinary and heroic exploits of World War II. After months of rigorous training in the north of Australia, a team of 14 men, most barely out of their teens, set sail from Cairns on board a leaky old fishing boat called 'The Krait'. Their mission, code-named Operation Jaywick, became a tense voyage through thousands of kilometres of Japanese held territory to launch a daring attack on Singapore Harbour. The raid is a success but within sight of safety they encounter a Japanese destroyer, and all prepare to die rather than be taken prisoner.

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Cast

John Bach

as Donald Davidson

John Bonney

as Rear Admiral

John Hargreaves

as Ted Carse

Cameron Daddo

as Joe Jones

Jason Donovan

as Happy Huston

Paul Rhys

as Ivan Lyon

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 01 January 1988

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