How Films Were Made: Starring John Wayne, Kirk Douglas

A look at the making of the 1965 movie In Harm’s Way. This gives a great insight into the filmmaking process of a WWII epic.

In Harm’s Way is a film that played a great role in furthering the film career of actor John Wayne. It was his last known appearance in a black and white film, and it was the last movie he starred in before undergoing lung cancer surgery.

The movie packs a lot of punch in a historic way and is a recommended must-see for filmmaking enthusiasts and everyone who is into movie nostalgia.

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