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None but the Brave (1960 film)

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None but the Brave
Directed byGeorge Sherman
Written byD.D. Beauchamp
StarringRichard Basehart
Production
company
Shergari Corp
Distributed by20th Century Fox
Release date
1960
CountriesUSA
Mexico
LanguageEnglish

None But the Brave is a 1960 American film starring Richard Basehart.

It was also known as The Golden Touch and For the Love of Mike.[1]

Plot

A young priest comes to a town where an old priest wants to build a church before he dies.

Cast

Production

It was the first film from a new company formed by director George Sherman.[2] It was filmed in Mexico in February 1960.[3]

References

  1. ^ NONE BUT THE BRAVE Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 28, Iss. 324, (Jan 1, 1961): 24.
  2. ^ Richard Basehart Signs for Fat Part Louella Parsons:. The Washington Post, Times Herald 27 Jan 1960: B11.
  3. ^ Lawrence Revival Catches Guinness: 'Five in Afternoon' Slated; Mutineers Get New Bounty Scheuer, Philip K. Los Angeles Times 22 Feb 1960: 17.

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