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    By outward appearances Raymond (Laurence Harvey), returned Korean War POW, is doing well, here coming home to a letter from Corporal Melvin (James Edwards), then his first alarming phone call, proposing solitaire, in The Manchurian Candidate, 1962, from George Axelrod's screenplay.

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