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Kings Go Forth (1958)

Kings Go Forth
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Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra
1st Lt. Sam Loggins
Tony Curtis Tony Curtis
Cpl. Britt Harris
Natalie Wood Natalie Wood
Monique Blair
Leora Dana Leora Dana
Mrs. Blair
Karl Swenson Karl Swenson
The Colonel
Ann Codee Ann Codee
Mme. Brieux
Eddie Ryder Eddie Ryder
Cpl. Lindsay
Jacques Berthe Jacques Berthe
Jean-François Dauvah, Boy

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Joe David Brown Joe David Brown
Merle Miller Merle Miller


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Toward the end of World War II, two American soldiers fighting in Southern France become romantically involved with a young, half-Black American woman.
Release date: 28 June 1958
UPC: 027616873019
Tags: Drama (2), Romance (2), 1958 (2), Action (1), War (1), 1950s (1), WWII (1), World War II (1)
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geojones100 rated this 7/10 1 month, 1 week ago
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My Movie Diary 2016 (193 movies items)

"9.11Probably, one of those little seen war movies since it is more of a love drama (a menage a trois, if you will) than the former, Kings Go Forth has a wonderful (and better than his other) performance by Frank Sinatra who stars as a Lieutenant who falls for an American French girl played by Natalie Wood. But, the presence of handsome, dashing Tony Curtis complicates things. Bold, because of its racial issues. "

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