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    Key, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) I Didn't Exactly Volunteer

    After a heady prologue about the courage of early WWII tug boat crews, William Holden as Canadian Ross arrives, south coast of England ca. 1940, greeted by Wadlow (Bernard Lee) and a convincing reunion with Ford (Trevor Howard), in The Key, 1958, directed by Carol Reed.

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