Cpl. Thomson (actor James Edwards) and the communist Prisoner (played by Harold Fong) talk about American politics and racial inequity in Sam Fuller’s pioneering Korean War film “The Steel Helmet” (1951).
Cpl. Thomson (actor James Edwards) and the communist Prisoner (played by Harold Fong) talk about American politics and racial inequity in Sam Fuller’s pioneering Korean War film “The Steel Helmet” (1951). Picasa
Cpl. Thomson (actor James Edwards) and the communist Prisoner (played by Harold Fong) talk about American politics and racial inequity in Sam Fuller’s pioneering Korean War film “The Steel Helmet” (1951). Picasa

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