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310 Battle of the Bulge (1965)
312 The War Lover (1962)
Is 311 this one?The Deer Hunter
ep, I am getting nowhere on 314. First thought was obviously "Wings". Tried searches on WW1, 30s war, women in war, etc and came up with nada. Might be Jane Powell? in center.
315. I'm only guessing... maybe Saving Private Ryan?
315. Hacksaw Ridge or Unbroken? I'll go with Hacksaw Ridge based on your clue and the explosion.
313. We were soldiers. A little birdie told me...Can't take credit.
Hmmm, I did that search on all female cast movies, and that one didn't come up. I guess it really is obscure. I don't see any variation listed in your link either. Failed, but not for lack of trying.
Doris Malloy (1901–1955) was an American screenwriter active during the 1920s through the 1940s.
Born in Gloversville, New York, in 1901 to Henry Malloy (noted as a "prominent gambler" in a few publicity items) and Kate Huckans, Doris worked as an ambulance woman in Europe during World War I, before becoming a studio stenographer at Universal for screenwriter Raymond L. Schrock and then a script reader in Hollywood.
She even took her experience working as an ambulance driver in combat zones during World War I and used it to inform The Mad Parade, one of her first screenwriting assignments, which she co-wrote with Gertrude Orr. "There was a time when a screen story without the conventional 'sweethearts' would have been laughed off the lot," Malloy said at the time, noting that she and Orr took great pains to show women's wartime experiences in an accurate light.[
316 is surely The Dirty Dozen. I have seen it a zillion times.317 looks like Where Eagles Dare
317 is The Heroes of Telemark (1965)
318. The Burmese Harp...I cheated.