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Return with Honor (1998)

 -  Documentary  -  11 June 1999 (USA)
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The story of U.S. fighter pilots shot down over North Vietnam who became POWs for up to 8 and a half years.

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Credited cast:
Everett Alvarez
Ron Bliss
Fred Cherry
George Day
Jeremiah Denton
Jerry Denton
Paul Galanti
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Douglas Hegdahl
Sam Johnson
Tom Madison
John McGrath
George McKnight
Kevin McManus
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The story of U.S. fighter pilots shot down over North Vietnam who became POWs for up to 8 and a half years.

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Touching. Magnificent. A Fantastic Film.
3 December 2004 | by (Coppell, Texas) – See all my reviews

I was fortunate enough to see this film at its sneak preview in Dallas a few years ago. This is a truly great film. The POWs featured tell their amazing, inspiring stories. They describe in graphic detail the hardships they endured, and the tremendous measures they took to survive and persevere. It also tells the stories of their families waiting at home. These men exemplified the core values of our nation's military. By the end of the film, nearly the entire audience, which was almost exclusively comprised of grown men, was in tears. Every American should see this film. This film solidifies the debt we owe to so many.


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