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D-Day the Sixth of June


Robert Taylor, Richard Todd, Dana Wynter, Edmond O'Brien View All


Harry Brown (Screenplay), Ivan Moffat (Screenplay), Henry Koster (Director) View All

Release: May 29th, 1956
Runtime: 1 hour, 46 minutes
En route to Normandy, an American and a British officer reminisce in flashback about their romances with the same woman.
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When John eventually returns home you think things are finally gonna get dramatic as he finds out about Val cheating on him, but the filmmaker seems unwilling to focus on his feelings too much as we only get a mild shocked expression on his face, even becoming friends with Brad by the end.


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