We Can Keep You Forever (1988)

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Evidence for the existence of MIAs in Vietnam and Laos.

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Credited cast:
Vincent Arnone ...
Himself - Rescue Mission Leader
Lars Arvling ...
Himself - Swedish Engineer
Liam Atkins ...
Himself - Former Special Forces
Mrs. Christos Bogiages ...
Herself - Wife of MIA
Kay Bosiljevac ...
Herself - Wife of MIA Mike Bosiljevac
Kham-Hou Boussarath ...
Himself - Former Lao Head of Security
Rosemary Conway ...
Herself - Former Pathet Lao Prisoner
Robert Cressman ...
Himself - Brother of MIA Peter Cressman
Gerry DeBruin ...
Himself - Brother of MIA Gene DeBruin
Dieter Dengler ...
Himself - Former Pathet Lao Prisoner
Stein Gudding ...
Himself - Norwegian Engineer
Laird Guttersen ...
Himself - Former POW
Anne E. Hart ...
Herself - Wife of MIA Thomas Hart
Anne Holland ...
Herself - Wife of MIA Mel Holland
Leo Hrdlicka ...
Himself - Brother of MIA David Hrdlicka


Evidence for the existence of MIAs in Vietnam and Laos.

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They did indeed keep them forever
21 June 2006 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

"The content of this movie is nothing more than a series of prevarications." This sounds like an off-the-cuff remark by someone who cannot appreciate the real issues. Please refer to the various books written upon the subject, ie: "Kiss the Boys Goodbye" by Monica Jensen Stevenson, "The Men We Left Behind," discussing this issue from a Kissinger perspective, and a host of other sources, and then come to a well-supported conclusion. Time-Life also dwelt on the subject back in 1987, and there was a flood of reports, etc. of Caucasian held in captivity claiming to be POWs during the early 1990s that should have resulted in some form of action or demand. But nothing happened, and the issue, sadly, just died. Sadly for the men, indeed, if any were alive then.


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