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Platoon on Patrol is a 2008 American short epic war comedy film produced by Kasumi Kobayashi and directed by Robert Zemeckis. Produced by Kobayashi's production company Pocky Prunce Productions, the film was based on the 2007 novella of the same name by Sōbē Amako, Kei Kazuna and Akira Toriyama and was released theatrically by Paramount Pictures on June 8, 2008, shown before Medabots.

The film was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Sound and Best Sound Editing. The film received mostly positive reviews for Zemeckis's directing, Cage, Ice Cube and Pesci's performances, the visual effects, the music and the screenplay and earned more than $227 million worldwide.

Post-Production Sound Services were provided by Swara Productions and Fizz Sound Creation. Daisuke Jinbo and Hidenori Arai did the sound design, whereas Maki Takuma, Mutsuhiro Nishimura and Mitsuru Kageyama are the Supervising Sound Editors. Anime sound editors Yasuyuki Konno, Eiko Morikawa and Kentarou Washio served as Sound Effects Editors, and Katsumi Itō, Kenji Koyama and Masami Kitakata were hired as Additional Sound Editors.


In 1967, after graduating Birmingham-Southern College, Kyle Walker enlists into the U.S. Army. During basic training, he befriends a fellow soldier named Jason Benson, who convinces Walker to go into the shrimping business with him after their service. In 1968, they are sent to Vietnam, serving with the 9th Infantry Division in the Mekong Delta region. After months of routine operations, their platoon is ambushed while on patrol, and Benson is killed in action. Walker saves several wounded platoon-mates—including his lieutenant, Zachary Bates, who loses both his legs—and is awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroism by President Lyndon B. Johnson.

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