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The Men (Battle Stripe) (1950)

The Men
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7.2 IMDB rating
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Everett Sloane Everett Sloane
Dr. Brock
Jack Webb Jack Webb
Norm
Virginia Farmer Virginia Farmer
Nurse Robbins
Dorothy Tree Dorothy Tree
Ellen's Mother


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Carl Foreman Carl Foreman
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5 years, 11 months ago at Aug 20 17:01
Very good. Very good indeed. Not the strongest of debuts for Marlon Brando but certainly a strong debut from him. He plays a paraplegic war veteran who, straight from his opening monologue, has completely given up on leading a normal life. It takes his wife, Teresa Wright, and doctor, Everett Sloane (who gives a teriffic performance) to literally try to get him back on his feet. There are some exc... read more

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1 year, 1 month ago at Jun 5 16:25
Like many of Stanley Kramer’s film, The Men is a solidly built bit of moralizing, a “message movie” that marries dramatic form to topicality. Sometimes these films felt less like coherently constructed narrative films than long sermons, occasionally more than a little self-righteous (Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner is the worst for this liberal back-patting, and I’m a huge liberal). Kramer... read more
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Paralyzed war vet tries to adjust to the world without the use of his limbs.
Release date: 1 September 1950
UPC: 017153145861
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