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How a screenwriter faced his own 'High Noon'

Washington Times
Between the mid-1940s, when screenwriter Carl Foreman (“Cyrano de Bergerac,” “The Men,” “The Bridge over the River Kwai,” and “Born Free,” et al.) got the idea for the film, and 1952, when it came out, Foreman and director Stanley Kramer (“Cyrano de ...

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Republicans' Bridge On The River Obamacare

The Daily Caller
Republican attempts to bridge Obamacare strikingly resembles The Bridge on the River Kwai. At their essence, both involve personal struggles eclipsing larger ones. For Republicans, the difficulties are unquestioned, but greatest is one of perspective ...

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William H. Macy's 'Gotta See' Movies Share an Inexplicable Magic

Variety
When William H. Macy talks about movies, it's with the authority of an acclaimed actor who's been in many beloved films and TV shows. But not even Macy can explain why his “gotta see” films — “Chicago,” “The Bridge on the River Kwai,” and “Glengarry ...

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Blue plaque for Bridge on River Kwai hero

BBC News
A man who was the inspiration for Sir Alec Guinness's character in the film The Bridge on the River Kwai has been commemorated with a blue plaque. Brigadier Sir Philip Toosey was the senior Allied officer in a World War Two camp set up by the Japanese ...

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