Thanks again to the ever-vigilent Bill Hunt and The Digital Bits crew for the heads up on this great military drama. The film is a great representation of the original novel. David Keith and Robert Prosky star in this period drama (based on a true story) set in a Southern military academy as a senior cadet (Keith) is asked by one of the Academy's top brass (Prosky) to help ensure that the school's first black student is not treated unfairly or abused, while a secret, legendary organization of top senior cadets called 'The Ten' have seen that unfit cadets leave the academy with what can best descibed as abusive methods. It's all the more amazing that the film was made, because no U.S. military academy would allow the film to made on their premises, so the film was shot at an academy in England. An underappreciated classic.