Not Rated | | Drama, War
A decorated Korean War hero inexplicably collaborates with the enemy while interred in a POW camp and is court-martialed.
Walter Pidgeon hums, "The Last Time I Saw Paris." Two years earlier he had co-starred in a movie of the same name name which used the same theme prominently.
Lt. Col. Frank Wasnick:
Well, what are we going to do about you? We've got about two weeks to prepare.
Capt. Edward W. Hall Jr.: I don't know.
Lt. Col. Frank Wasnick: That's an interesting attitude.
Capt. Edward W. Hall Jr.: Oh, look, Colonel, uh, what axe are you grinding, or do you just have a penchant for lost causes?
Lt. Col. Frank Wasnick: I don't admire self-pity. ...
In the scene where Major Moulten first sees Captain Hall's file, as Colonel Hansen leaves the room the shadow of the boom can be seen on the wall above him.
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