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The harsh realities of war are vividly displayed in THE BAMBOO PRISON. Allied soldiers are imprisoned in a North Korean POW camp - including new arrival Corporal Brady (Brian Keith, the Parent Trap) and Sgt. Rand (Robert Francis, the Caine Mutiny), a converted communist who appears to be the enemy of his fellow soldiers but is actually working for the Allies. It is up to Brady and Rand to flush out a spy who is working for North Korea behind their backs. Also starring E.G. Marshall (12 Angry Men), THE BAMBOO PRISON is a searing drama. Newly remastered.

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Director: Lewis Seiler
Producer: Bryan Foy
Actor: E.G. Marshall
Actor: Robert Francis
Actor: Dianne Foster
Actor: Brian Keith
Actor: Jerome Courtland
Actor: E. G. Marshall
Actor: King Donovan
Actor: Dick Jones
Actor: Pepe Hern
Actor: Leo Gordon
Actor: Weaver Levy
Actor: Earle Hyman
Actor: Jack Kelly
Actor: Richard Loo
Actor: Keye Luke
Actor: Murray Matheson
Actor: George Keymas
Actor: Denis Martin
Actor: Byron Nicholson
Actor: George Conrad
Actor: Mushy Callahan
Actor: Joseph Turkel
Actor: Derek Fletcher
Actor: Robert Sampson
Actor: John Tarangelo
Actor: Danny Mummert
Actor: Danny Welton
Actor: Mack Chandler
Actor: Pat Coleman
Actor: Gene Collins
Actor: Tony McCoy
Actor: David Parker
Actor: Jack Kenney
Actor: Robert Cherry
Actor: Ernest Dominy
Actor: Eddie Ryder
Actor: Aaron Spelling
Actor: Steve Mitchell
Actor: Ralph Ahn
Actor: Kei Chung
Actor: Leo Cook
Actor: Buzz Henry
Actor: Harry Harvey Jr.
Actor: James Anderson
Actor: John Berardino
Actor: Beal Wong
Actor: Marya Marco
Actor: Chuck Courtney
Actor: Donald Murphy
Actor: Ivan Hayes
Actor: Robert Lynn
Actor: Reginald Singh
Actor: Bo Ling
Actor: Katherine Warren
Actor: Robert Barry
Actor: Gerald Jann

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The Bamboo Prison | E.G. Marshall