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Soldier of Fortune (1955) Poster

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Average Shot Length = ~10.1 seconds. Median Shot Length = ~10.6 seconds.
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Clark Gable felt that he was too old for the part but wanted to make the film because it reflected his own right-wing, anti-communist views.
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The movie was deliberately filmed at the end of 1954 because Clark Gable had also signed to star in The Tall Men (1955) and wanted to avoid a huge tax bill in 1955.
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James Hong's film debut.
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On a ferry to Macao with Mrs. Hoyt, Gen. Po Lin quotes "The Eve of St. Agnes," a poem by John Keats: "Music's golden tongue / Flatter'd to tears this aged man and poor" (Stanza 3).
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The gun mounted in the aft section of the junk is an Oerlikon 20 mm cannon, a common AA piece in the British Navy in World War II.
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