A sad and lonely man, a Bowery bum, dies and the detectives probe his past to reveal he was a real hero of two World Wars.

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Frank Baxter ...
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Colin Campbell
Kathryn Card
Tom Duggan
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Joe Oakie
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A sad and lonely man, a Bowery bum, dies and the detectives probe his past to reveal he was a real hero of two World Wars.

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31 December 1957 (USA)  »

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John Doe's story

First, I want to point out that's here the only James Mason try for the TV or even big screen industry. Except a couple of documentaries or short length feature. This one is strange and fascinating, if not awesome too. I have already seen such a scheme, the search about a person missing or dead, a person without identity. I am sure that it is inspired by actual fact. Many true heroes died without being recognized, or even without receiving any medals of honour. Such a shame that this kind of men or women died alone without any recognition of any kind. Such a shame. This semi documentary, a sort of expose style, episode is very interesting.

Good surprise for, I repeat, the ONLY James Mason directing try.


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