Manila, Open City
Manila, Open City (International Title: American Tank Force) is a 1968 war film written, produced, and directed by Eddie Romero about the Battle of Manila in World War II. The film was screened upon the launching of the National Film Archive of the Philippines in December 2011.
|Manila, Open City|
|Directed by||Eddie Romero|
|Produced by||Eddie Romero|
|Written by||Eddie Romero|
|Music by||Leopoldo Silos|
|Edited by||Elsa Abutal|
The film was one of a series of war movies Romero made which featured American actors, others including Lost Battalion (1960), The Walls of Hell, The Ravagers, and The Raiders of Leyte Gulf. The film featured John Ashley who would team with Romeo on Brides of Blood and a series of other horror movies.
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- Nocon, Ramon (27 October 2011). "Finally, a national film archive". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 27 December 2014.
- Magno, Alexander T. (16 July 2015). "Old documentary films show fierce Battle of Manila". CNN Philippines.
- Deocampo, Nick (2016). EIGA: Cinema in the Philippines During World War II. PublishDrive. ISBN 9786214200832.
- "Award Winning Director Eddie Romero Dies at 88". Giulf Times. 30 May 2013.
- Vagg, Stephen (December 2019). "A Hell of a Life: The Nine Lives of John Ashley". Diabolique Magazine.[permanent dead link]
- Leavold, Andrew (2006). "Strong Coffee with a National Treasure:An Interview with Eddie Romero". Cashiers du Cinemart.
- SERVER, LEE, and EDDIE ROMERO. “EDDIE ROMERO: Our Man in Manila.” Film Comment, vol. 35, no. 2, 1999, pp. 44–51. JSTOR, JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/43455360.
- Manila, Open City on IMDb
- Manila, Open City at BFI
- Complete copy of movie at Free Movies Cinema
- Manila Open City at Letter Box DVD
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