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Lucky Jordan(1942)

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  • Unexpected Gem

    • BF
    • 1/27/11

    What a thrill to catch this one on Robert's picks 1/26/11. Thanks, Mr Osborne.

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    • Robert P. Robles
    • 12/27/08

    Anyone who was alive between 1941 to at least 1950, was one way or another impacted by the WWII era. America was at war with Germany, Japan, and Italy. I, myself, didn't get to see the movie until I was in my 30's. I know I wasn't there in the theater, but I can imagine all the cheering that went on when Alan Ladd had the German spies traped in the botanical gardens main house, as he delivered his line in the last five minutes or so of the movie. Everytime I see the movie, it tells me of the pride, fortitude,and determination the American public had to win the war. To me, Alan Ladd's line was one of the best, if not the best moral boosters for the people on the home front.

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    • Robert P. robles
    • 4/29/06

    I relate to this movie because of a line Alan Ladd had a few minutes before the end of the movie. "When I first heard the word Nazi, it was just another word to me, but now it's another way to spell cockroach and for the next two minutes I'm a one man board of health." Given the time era the movie was shown, I can just imagine all the cheering going on in the theater. Young people today might see this movie and think nothing of it, because they can't relate to it. Even though I was born a year after WW II ended, it reminds me of the pride, courage, and determination of the American people back in those days. Without those Americans we wouldn't be the nation that we are today. God bless each and every one of them.

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