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Bataan Rescue
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Acknowledgements

The production team would like to acknowledge Hampton Sides's book, Ghost Soldiers: The Forgotten Epic Story of World War II's Most Dramatic Mission (New York: Doubleday, 2001). Consult the further reading page for a list of more books and Web sites related to Bataan Rescue.

A number of people appeared on-camera or acted as consultants and are listed below. See the complete film credits for more information.

On-camera interview subjects
Malcolm Amos, U.S. Army
Robert Anderson, 6th Ranger Battalion
Bert Bank, former POW
Richard Beck, U.S. Army
Robert Body, U.S. Army
John Cook, former POW
Patrick Ganio, Filipino veteran
James Hildebrand, U.S. Army
Forrest Johnson, author
Jose Juachon, Filipino veteran
Robert Prince, 6th Ranger Battalion
Leland Provencher, 6th Ranger Battalion
John Richardson, 6th Ranger Battalion
Francis Schilli, 6th Ranger Battalion
Hampton Sides, author
Edward "Tommie" Thomas, former POW

Creative consultant
Hampton Sides

Military advisor
Ron Lane

In Memoriam
Edward "Tommie" Thomas
Rescued POW interviewed for this program, died April 2003 at Tucson, Arizona.

John Cook
Rescued POW interviewed for this program, died May 2003 at San Bruno, California.



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