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Stolen Honor: Wounds That Never Heal (2004)

In the mid 1960's thousands of young American men left their families, homes and jobs and went to fight for their country in Southeast Asia. Many of them never returned. Others were shot ... See full summary »

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Carlton Sherwood
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Credited cast:
Carlton Sherwood Carlton Sherwood ... Himself - Journalist
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kenneth W. Cordier Kenneth W. Cordier ... Himself - P.O.W.
George Day George Day ... Himself - P.O.W. (as George E. 'Bud' Day)
Jack H. Fellowes Jack H. Fellowes ... Himself - P.O.W.
Ralph E. Gaither Ralph E. Gaither ... Himself - P.O.W.
Paul Galanti Paul Galanti ... Himself - P.O.W. (as Paul E. Galanti)
Carlyle S. 'Smitty' Harris Carlyle S. 'Smitty' Harris ... Himself - P.O.W.
Gordon Larson Gordon Larson ... Himself - P.O.W. (as Gordon A. 'Swede' Larson)
Kevin McManus Kevin McManus ... Himself - P.O.W.
Thomas M. McNish Thomas M. McNish ... Himself - P.O.W.
Thomas S. Pyle Thomas S. Pyle ... Himself - P.O.W.
Robinson Risner Robinson Risner ... Himself - P.O.W.
Robert H. Shumaker Robert H. Shumaker ... Himself - P.O.W.
Thomas J. Sterling Thomas J. Sterling ... Himself - P.O.W.
Leo K. Thorsness Leo K. Thorsness ... Himself - P.O.W.
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In the mid 1960's thousands of young American men left their families, homes and jobs and went to fight for their country in Southeast Asia. Many of them never returned. Others were shot down and captured behind enemy lines. They were forced to suffer years of brutal treatment at the hands of the Communist captors. In the opinions of this political affiliation, their horrifying days of darkness, starvation and torture were made worse by the actions of a young American Officer named John Kerry. Written by Carlton Sherwood

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 September 2004 (USA) See more »

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Facts are Facts
20 October 2004 | by theviewfanSee all my reviews

I ordered this DVD from the internet site and watched it with friends at the VFW two days ago. I did not relate this to the current political climate but to the vitriol feelings that many if not most Vietnam Veterans feel towards John Kerry. These pows/ veterans in the film are entitled to what ever emotions and/or truths they hold dear. Their voices will definitely touch your souls and your conscience.

How can one dispute testimony by the Winter Soldiers before Congress. They're documented facts in both ink and celluloid. If you never see the video at least read the transcripts. So IMDb users who dispute what Red, White and Blue Production are distributing have to be "a special kind of stupid." We shouldn't rewrite history for the sake of an opportunist with deep pockets or because we don't like the messenger.

Only a few individuals will ever see this one sided documentary but I have to admit its the best 20 dollars I've ever spent.


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