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Three Brave Men

Three Brave Men(1957)

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  • Important Story Brought to Life

    • Steve D
    • 2/11/12

    This is not a "big movie," but it is an important one. This movie is a dramatization of a real situation. There was a very serious tension between dealing with Communist subversion [proven after the fall of the Iron Curtain by documents found in East Bloc security archives] and protecting Constitutional rights and individual liberties. The movie emphasizes the importance of honesty, standing up for the truth [even if you disagree with the person accused], and no government office or officer being too powerful or important to review decisions and if necessary change course and apologize for its errors. The supporting cast did a very good job, and helped bring the atmosphere of the period to life.

  • OUTSTANDING

    • ALLEN
    • 12/8/11

    Everything Glenn Beck asks us to do is done in this movie. The mailman, who the family thinks is a bad guy and enemy, stands up and helps - because it's the right thing to do. His neighbors at first don't stand by him, but then do. Liars recant. The government actually reconsiders --- just terrific. This is not an anti-McCarthyism movie. Bad things happen to good people, and sometimes because of other people, it works out OK.

  • Three Brave Men - FABULOUS

    • Susan
    • 8/25/09

    This is a great movie and should be shown more often. The story line is a learning experience speaking to the history and emotions of that time period. The endless fight of Ernest Bognine's character Goldsmith, and his lawyer, played by Ray Milland are commendable. THIS MOVIE IS A DVD MUST.

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