A senior at an ivy league college, who depends on scholarships and working on the side, gets accepted into the secret society The Skulls. He hopes it betters chances at Harvard but The Skulls is not what he thought and comes at a price.
Bob Hunt is a put upon social worker who has had enough of the bad service of public utilities. He decides to organize resitance to the phone, gas and water monopolies but also wants to impress policewoman Marion Edwards.
An American newspaper correspondent, banned from reporting on the Korean War because she's a woman, struggles to gains special permission from General Douglas MacArthur to work alongside soldiers on the front lines.
This isn't a great movie..it's an okay movie. A 5, I'd say. Jim Dale, one of my favorite actors, has a small role and is good until the very end..."In Swaziland, red is the color of mourning," Is my favorite line, and excellently delivered. The music is nice....John Gieldgud is a hoot!
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