An American patrol was sent during World War II to the south of China which was occupied by Japanese troops with the order to rescue a prisoner of the Chinese guerilla. Written by
Washington refuses to confirm these facts but they can't deny them!
7 September 1953 (USA)
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Director Don Siegel
liked to assemble his casts for script readings just before he started shooting, and he got angry with Edmond O'Brien
for refusing to attend the reading. Later he found out why: O'Brien was nearly blind from cataracts and couldn't read scripts himself. Instead, every night during the shooting of a film, he would have his wife read him the scenes he was supposed to shoot the next day and would memorize his lines from her reading them. O'Brien didn't want word of his disability to get out for fear no one would hire him if they knew. See more