Kings Go Forth

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Time Out says

Well-crafted but unconvincing mixture of war movie and melodramatic problem picture, with Sinatra and Curtis as GIs in France in 1944, falling out over Wood, an expatriate American girl who is beautiful but proves to be not entirely white. Daves, as so often, does a careful salvage job on a soapy script, but the best sequence is a brief jazz interlude with Curtis (giving the best performance in the film) grabbing a trumpet in a dive and (ghosted by Pete Candoli) sitting in with Red Norvo and group.
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Release details

UK release:

1958

Duration:

109 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Delmer Daves

Cast:

Karl Swenson, Natalie Wood, Tony Curtis, Frank Sinatra, Leora Dana

Music:

Elmer Bernstein

Art Director:

Fernando Carrere

Editor:

William B Murphy

Cinematography:

Daniel L Fapp

Screenwriter:

Merle Miller

Producer:

Frank Ross

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