Published on 08 Apr 2013 | over 4 years ago
Vietnam. 1973. The war in the Far East has become too much for the United States Armed Forces to take. As more and more troops are being sent home everyday, the American influence in Vietnam has all but disappeared, save for the existence of one building, the Hoo-Hoo Chocolate Factory, an American enterprise constructed early on in the war to act as the forerunner of capitalism and democracy in Vietnam. With only a few troops to spare, the U.S. Army sends the volatile Shed Baker, the rational Junglebug Hawkins, and the naive Danny Miller to guard this last outpost of America. As if their assignment wasn't enough, the North Vietnamese Army, fully aware of the symbolic significance of the factory as well, sends five troops of their own to end America's interference once and for all. It's a showdown for the ages in this hysterical last stand, easily making Vietnam the happiest war ever!
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