Major Lloyd Gruver, a Korean War flying ace reassigned to Japan, staunchly supports the military's opposition to marriages between American troops and Japanese women. But that's before Gruver experiences a love that challenges his own deeply set prejudices... and plunges him into conflict with the U.S. Air Force and Japan's own cultural taboos. Written by
Worlds apart...theirs was the daring love affair violating every rule, every custom, every centuries-old belief!
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When General Webster tells Major Gruver that he's being shipped back to the States, he says that he's being sent to "Randolph Field." This is an mistake because Randolph Field was renamed Randolph Air Force Base on January 13, 1948 and this movie takes place during the Korean War (1950-1953), more than two years later. See more
I'm so frightened and confused. I cannot think. I cannot even understand your thinking.
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Words and Music by Suifu Kishimoto
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