Unhappy about the appointment of an army general to the chairmanship of an atomic energy committee, a publishing empire female tycoon invites the general at her country estate in an effort to entrap him and ruin his reputation.
After County Attorney Dave Connors helps Julia Norman with her shiftless father, Jefferson Norman, she leaves Jericho, Kansas to college to study for a law degree.A few years later, Algeria... See full summary »
Don't tell me you ate bananas out of banana trees when the Krauts were here.
That's a lie. We fought them! We fought them!
Where? Up in Pigalle?
[Lise slaps Bob. Bob slaps her back]
Listen lady, we didn't come here for the scenery. An awful lot of good boys got themselves hurt here. It wouldn't do you any harm to remember that!
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I just saw "An Act of Love" on cable television and I was amazed at the high production values of this film. Kirk Douglas has never given a bad performance in any film and here he has just the right touch as an actor. The story was mesmerizing and the ending was as sad and moving as any film that I have ever seen. I hope against hope that someday I can purchase this film on video or on DVD.
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