Lawrence Bender’s Movie ‘The Great Raid’

Bender was born in the year 1957, 17 October. He was born in Bronx, New York USA. He was born to two parents of Jewish origin. His mother was a kindergarten teacher while his father was a college history teacher. Lawrence Bender attended Chery Hill High School East. While still pursuing his secondary education, Lawrence Bender wanted to be like his grandfather. Bender’s granddad was a civil engineer by profession. When he completed his secondary level, he joined the University of Maine where he pursued an engineering course just like his grandfather. Lawrence Bender became a graduate of the University of Maine class of 1979 with a degree in civil engineering. Lawrence decided to pursue the course because he had heard rumours that there were plenty of jobs available in the field.

While still on campus, Bender developed a passion for dancing. He wished to do dancing when he completed his university education. He danced for several years. Bender was able to travel to several parts of the United States where he performed circus and danced. Together with his group, Bender attained so much success in the entertainment industry. However, he incurred an injury that sidelined him for good. He quit dancing and decided to pursue another career.

Lawrence Bender rose to fame when he produced the movie ‘The Reservoir Dogs’ in the year 1992. Since then, Lawrence Bender has produced several other films like Pulp Fiction, Safe, Good Will Hunting, Django, the Hateful Eight, Quentin Tarantino and An Inconvenient Truth among others. So far Lawrence Bender has scooped several awards for his great works. He has also been nominated for other plenty of prizes. Bender also received over three academy awards for the best picture. Being so experienced in the field of entertainment, bender engineered the movie’ The Great Raid’.

The movie is set in the Philippines in the year 1945. It was near the end times of the great World War 2. Under the command was Lieutenant Colonel Henry Mucci together with Captain Robert Prince of the 6th ranger battalion. The group was undertaking a mission that was very risky. They travelled over thirty miles behind enemy lines trying to rescue over 500 USA soldiers that were held, hostage.

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