"All The Young Men" movie extras on Mt Hood

“All The Young Men” Movie Filmed on Mount Hood

“All The Young Men” Movie Filmed on Mount Hood December 13, 1959.

Korea came to Mt. Hood when Columbia Pictures’ “All the Young Men” was filmed on the snow-clad slopes. Here Walt Aeppli, chief engineer at Timberline Lodge: Don Bar, member of lift crew,: desk clerk Warren Clancey and Brad Holt, lift crew member, appear as extras in war picture. (Photo by Dick Kohnstamm)

"All The Young Men" movie extras on Mt Hood
“All The Young Men” movie extras on Mt Hood

Transporting M-11, 26-ton tank from Fort Lewis, Wash., to Timberline Lodge, to be used in Korean war film being shot on location, this week provided side drama. Aboard a truck, the tank was stopped at the Oregon border as legally too heavy for Oregon highways. A bigger truck finally made transport.

All The Young Men tank Timberline Lodge
All The Young Men tank Timberline Lodge

One thought on ““All The Young Men” Movie Filmed on Mount Hood”

  1. I was a. Extra in that movie while working at the lodge and was a Korean soldier who was killed multiple times.

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