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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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Hermann Rohr is a Travel, Lifestyle, and Culture, journalist based in Leverkusen, Germany. He has always been interested in the "human state", what keeps the world together and moves it from within. These days, Hermann spends most of his creative time, editing, writing and filming outstanding content for the Vision Times. To learn more about his experience, visit his online portfolio.

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