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Jud (1971)

R | | Drama | August 1971 (USA)
A Vietnam vet returns to Los Angeles at Christmas time, finds out it's not how he thought it was going to be.

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Joseph Kaufmann ...
Jud Carney
Robert Deman ...
Bill Arness
Alix Wyeth ...
Shirley Simon
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Uncle Hornkel
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Sunny
Maurice Sherbanee ...
Salvadore Javelli
Vic Dunlop ...
Vincent Barber
Bonnie Bittner ...
Kathy
Jolivett Cato ...
Ben
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Bill Collins
Janice Dryer
Valerie Fitzgerald
Leigh Hemingway
Paul Heslin
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A Vietnam vet returns to Los Angeles at Christmas time, finds out it's not how he thought it was going to be.

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Something in Your Blood
Written by Bob Stone
Performed by Crow
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Good argument for re-enlistment.
29 September 2002 | by See all my reviews

I saw this in 1971 Los Angeles. It was supposed to be a look at the problems of a returning Marine Corps Viet Nam veteran. Jud doesn't seem to dream or to have benefitted from his military tour as he improbably stays in a depressing environment, symbolized by a barrack-like apartment building and dead end people. Does he have to stay there? A panning reviewer in the Los Angeles Times mused: `If there was ever a city you could get lost in, it's Los Angeles.' Clinical depression might have been going on here, perhaps in the people who made this movie. Truthfully, I would have hurried to the re-enlistment office.


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