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Kings Go Forth (1958)

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Movie Synopsis

Watch Kings Go Forth movie online free - Toward the end of World War II, two American soldiers fighting in Southern France become romantically involved with a young, American woman. Her background will reveal more about them than her.

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Genre: Drama, Action, Romance, War

Runtime: 1:49:00

Released: 1958-01-01


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Profile Pic Splattt808 says:
just watched this movie from a collection i bought on amazon, i loved it, but i can't decide if i love or hate the ending, but i think that might be a good...
Profile Pic Some Random Person Named Spencer says:
Negros are ugly people
Profile Pic Warren V says:
I just saw this movie and it's messed up beyond comprehension; even for a millennial (little pretty special snowflake) like myself. I mean, yeah big deal, her dad was black man; but PRIVATE HARRIS takes her from LT SAM. LOL damn son.
Profile Pic vanillamasterblaster says:
I turned this movie OFF about 40 minutes in,at this point Natalie was playing hard to get because of an internal problem;Yes she told Frank "my father was a negro" then her mother told Frank that she considered an abortion when pregnant with Natalie. Omg!!! liberalism circa 1958 with this movie. Yes like Natalie Wood could pass ...
Profile Pic devildog2002 says:
Is there anyway the full movie can be posted? I've never seen this one; it looks very interesting.
Profile Pic miguel castro says:
I saw this movie when I was young...never forgot it...Thanks for posting!!!!

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