Inchon 40 years old

LOVE. DESTINY. HEROES. War Changes Everything.

Inchon

A noisy and absurd re-telling of the great 1950 invasion of Inchon during the Korean War which was masterminded by General Douglas MacArthur.

Credits

Inchon Cast

Name Character
Laurence Olivier He was 74, 82 years old when he died as Gen. Douglas MacArthur
Jacqueline Bisset She was 37, now 78 years old as Barbara Hallsworth
Gabriele Ferzetti He was 57, now 97 years old as Turkish Brigadier
Ben Gazzara He was 51, 81 years old when he died as Maj. Frank Hallsworth
Richard Roundtree He was 39, now 80 years old as Sgt. Augustus Henderson
Lydia Lei She was 29, now 69 years old as Mila
David Janssen He was 51, 48 years old when he died as David Feld
James T. Callahan He was 51, 76 years old when he died as Gen. Almond
Toshiro Mifune He was 62, 77 years old when he died as Saito-San
Karen Kahn as Lim
Nam Koong Won He was 47, now 88 years old as Park
Sabine Sun She was 42, now 82 years old as Marguerite

Inchon Crew

Name Department
Bruce Surtees as Director of Photography. He was 44 (74) years old when He died Camera
Dallas Puett as Editor. He was 17 (now 22) years old Editing
Jack Baur as Casting. He was 67 (65) years old when He died Production
John W. Holmes as Editor. He was 65 (84) years old when He died Editing
Robin Moore as Screenplay. He was 56 (82) years old when He died Writing
Robin Moore as Story. He was 56 (82) years old when He died Writing
Pier Luigi Basile as Production Design. Art
Sidney Beckerman as Producer. He was 61 (87) years old when He died Production
Laird Koenig as Screenplay. He was 54 (now 95) years old Writing
Peter Taylor as Editor. He was 56 (85) years old when He died Editing
Michael J. Sheridan as Editor. He was 23 (now 64) years old Editing
Mitsuharu Ishii as Producer. Production
Inchon poster
Inchon (40 years)

LOVE. DESTINY. HEROES. War Changes Everything.

  • Release day: Tuesday, May 04, 1982
  • Runtime: 140 minutes
  • Budget: 46000000.00
  • Revenue: 5200000.00