An amnesiac soldier, seeking his lost love, arrives in Archangel in northern Russia to help the townsfolk in their fight against the Bolsheviks, all quite unaware that the Great War ended three months ago.
Marc Cros, an elderly sculptor, lives with his wife Lea in the south of France, safe from the War that rages in the distance. He seems to have reached the end of his life and of his art. ... See full summary »
The Prisoner's Song (If I Had the Wings of an Angel)
Written by Guy Massey
Played on concertina and harmonica and sung by Robert Blake with modified lyrics
Reprised by him on piano
Reprised by Donna Reed on piano See more »
Interesting movie but not as interesting as to WHEN it was run
This was a fun movie to watch. A good role for 21 year old Donna Reed in a movie sandwiched between her roles in an Andy Hardy and a Dr Kildare film. A very good view of how the "system" handled juvenile delinquency in those times. I didn't know the movie existed till I was channel surfing on Wed 3/16/05 and came across it. The movie played on TCM from 3:30 to 5:00 CST. At the same time on Court TV there was the live broadcast of the verdict in Robert Blakes trial for the murder of his wife. The verdict being read at 4:30 CST. Coincidence?? Maybe, but I doubt it. Sure was fun scooting back and forth between the Channels though.
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