A soldier survives a bombing in which his three fellow soldiers were killed. When he recovers he discovers he has amnesia, and since his companions' bodies were burned beyond recognition, the army doesn't know which one of the four he is. He goes AWOL and searches out the families of the three dead soldiers, hoping to find out his own identity.
HAVE I THE RIGHT TO LOVE? (original print ad-all caps)
Did You Know?
The train station of Bridgeton in the movie is really the train station in Glendale, CA. See more
When Johnny is arrested at the railway station, he tells Sally to take the truck back to the Andersons. She has just arrived on the train and would not know their address. However this is small town America; she could ask the cop, or at any shop in town, and easily find out. See more
My Old Kentucky Home
Written by Stephen Foster
Sung by soldiers on the train See more