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"All the Young Men" is a 1960 Korean War feature film starring Alan Ladd and Sidney Poitier dealing with desegregation in the United States Marine Corps.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- director: Hall Bartlett
- producers: Alan Ladd & Hall Bartlett
- art direction by Carl Anderson
- written by Hall Bartlett
- cinematography by Daniel L. Fapp
- music by George Duning
- genres: Combat Films, Drama
- subject: Korean War
- released in (55 years ago)
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A Theological Dictionary (1818)
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This reasoning, however, was not satisfactory to the commission, who demanded all the young men to be given up to them for re-examination. The presbytery refused; viewing the demand unprecedented, and directly making dangerous ...
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