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The movie, Battle Hymm, was inspired by the true story of American Minister Dean Hess. During World War II, Hess was a fighter-bomber pilot who inadvertently drops his bombs on a German orphanage. Tortured by guilt, Hess relocates in Korea after the war to offer his services as a missionary. Combining the best elements of Christianity and Eastern spiritualism, Hess establishes a large home for orphans. When the Korean War breaks out, Hess though torn, reenlists with the Air Force in order to train South Korean pilots how to fly and fight. This movie includes many scenes of P-51s in action and includes an exciting end that includes a dramatic escape of a group of Korean orphans from harms way as the North Korean soldiers attack Allied forces in South Korea. Starring Rock Hudson, Dan Duryea and Don DeFore among others. Widescreen in color. Released in 1956. Runtime 109 minutes.