The film, Objective, Burma! (not to be taken seriously), portrayed in comedic fashion the exploits of an RAF bomber crew which, having destroyed an objective, is brought down by anti-aircraft fire in Germany where they make their way through that country via run ins with the Nazis and back to England.
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Franz Waxman: Objective, Burma! (restored J. Morgan)
Main Title - Opening Scene - Briefing in an Hour
Take Off - In the Plane
Killing the Sentry - Getting Ready
Stop Firing - No Landing
Two Came Back - Hollis is OK
Burmese Village - Jacob's Death - Burial - Retreat
Resting - Radio Gone
Missing the Plane - Waiting - Up the Hill - Williams' Death
Invasion - Landing
The Camp - Finale
“Hearing these cues minus their visual context allows us to fully focus on Waxman's resourceful orchestral palate and sweeping melodies that never cloy. William Stromberg leads the Moscow Symphony Orchestra with his usual enthusiasm and loving care. Buy this disc, read the synopsis, sit back, listen, and allow the music to create a movie in your mind.”
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