Fear And Desire 1953 Public Domain Anti-War Film Frank Silvera Paul Mazursky
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DESCRIPTION PER WIKIPEDIA:
Fear and Desire is a 1953 American anti-war film directed, produced, and edited by Stanley Kubrick, and written by Howard Sackler. With a production team of only fifteen people, the film was Kubrick’s feature directorial debut. Though the film is not about any specific war, it was produced and released during the height of the Korean War.
-David Allen as Narrator
-Frank Silvera as Sgt. Mac
-Kenneth Harp as Lt. Corby / The General
-Paul Mazursky as Pvt. Sidney
-Steve Coit as Pvt. Fletcher / The Captain
-Virginia Leith as The Girl
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