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The movie, No Man Is An Island, is a thrilling World War II true story of a lone United States Navy serviceman fighting for survival against the Japanese occupying Army on the island of Guam. December 7, 1941 finds Navy man George W. Tweed eagerly awaiting his discharge papers while he is stationed on the United States territory of Guam located in the Pacific Ocean. George W. Tweed's plans are interupted, however, when shortly after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the island of Guam is also attacked and occupied as well. The Japanese capture of Guam results in the killing or capture of all United States servicemen stationed there except five seamen who escape to the mountains. Over time all of these seamen are killed except for Tweed who will spend the next three years alone and constantly hunted by the enemy. Without question, George W. Tweed's extraordinary fight to survive is one of the most inspiring true stories of the 20th Century. It is an epic adventure that is filled with action, thrills and in the end love. Starring Jeffrey Hunter, Marshall Thompson and Barbara Perez. Widescreen in color. Released in 1962. Runtime of 114 minutes.