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In post-WWII Japan, an American captain is brought in to help build a school, but the locals want a teahouse instead.
Marlon Brando's part in the movie was so convincingly Japanese, that many theater managers reported moviegoers coming to them and demanding their money back because (to put it simply) Marlon never appeared on screen.
Col. Wainwright Purdy III:
It's my job to teach these Okinawans democracy. And they're going to learn democracy, if I have to shoot every one of them!
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