'The Battle of Leyte Gulf', a screenplay by Gino Salvi

The story of the Battle of Leyte Gulf, told through the experiences of the WWII leaders and marines, pilots and ship officers who fought it.

Online PR News – 06-November-2020 – Genoa, Italy – On the occasion of the anniversary of the Battle of the Gulf of Leyte, "The Battle of the Gulf of Leyte", an epic screenplay (dedicated to Cecil B. DeMille, John Ford, Charlton Heston, Ronald Reagan, James Stewart, King Vidor, John Wayne and in memory of General Douglas MacArthur) by Gino Salvi: a spectacular re-enactment of the legendary battle that, during the Second World War, determined a decisive turning point for the conflict, determining, in the Pacific, the Japanese defeat by the States United States of America.

Gino Salvi, author of works ranging from the musical "At first glance" to the swashbuckler of "The Black Rose", to the gothic and werewolf horror of "Immortal legend", the noir "on the road" of "At gunpoint", the hyper-classic western of "The cattle Queen of Texas", the thriller of "The Morgan case", the romantic drama of "Sandor the Magnificent" and to still many other screenplays, has written a spectacular new epic adventure based on an event in recent history.

Between 23 and 26 October 1943 on the island of Leyte (in the Philippines) the United States Navy defeated the Japanese Imperial Navy in a frightening battle between the sky and the sea, winning a strategically culminating and decisive victory for the Allies.

For more information:
Download of the screenplay’s Pressbook of "The battle of Leyte Gulf"