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Prisoner of War (1954) was a Drama - War Film directed by Andrew Marton .

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Claudette Colbert is a prisoner of war in “Three Came Home”

By Stephen Reginald on Apr 16, 2021 From Classic Movie Man

Claudette Colbert is a prisoner of war in “Three Came Home” Three Came Home (1950) is an American film about prisoners of war under the Japanese in North Borneo (now Sabah) and Sarawak during World War II. The film was directed by Jean Negulesco and starring Claudette Colbert, Patri... Read full article


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Col. Kim Doo Yi: The Geneva Convention is merely a tool of decadent capitalism, comrade.


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The New York opening occurred on May 8, 1954, at the Victoria Theater on Times Square.
Film debut of Dick Sargent.
Capt. Robert H. Wise, who lost 90 pounds in a North Korean POW camp, served as the film's technical advisor and attested that all the torture scenes in the movie were based on actual incidents.
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