A young man adopted by Japanese-Americans becomes a hero in World War II in Hell to Eternity (1960).
A middle-aged electronics expert in Tokyo during the Olympics, is forced to share an apartment with a young woman since his hotel suite will not be available for two days.
Charming ladies' man Cary Grant becomes a charismatic matchmaker in his final screen appearance in WALK, DON'T RUN. When English industrialist Sir William Rutland (Grant) arrives in Tokyo on business, the influx of tourists for the upcoming Olympic games makes it impossible to find lodging. So Grant fast-talks his way into sharing an apartment with beautiful Christine Easton (Samantha Eggar) for a few days. To further confuse matters, Grant invites Steve Davis (Jim Hutton), a member of the U.S. Olympic team, to share his half of the apartment. Three's definitely a crowd as Grant plays Cupid between Eggar and Hutton - much to Eggar's stodgy's surprise. Will Grant manage to send his roomies to the altar? Only if he solves the many comical complications that come his way! Filmed entirely on location, WALK, DON'T RUN is a fitting coda to the dapper, debonair style and screen career of superstar Cary Grant.
A charming businessman turns busy matchmaker when he sublets his flat during the Tokyo Olympics. Cary Grant's final screen role.
A charming businessman turns busy matchmaker when he sublets his flat during the Tokyo Olympics.
Laurence Harvey plays a Eurasian photographer who is trapped in Japan, but who wants to emigrate to the United States. His visa is continually delayed, which causes him to use his charm with women to pull some strings and apply some pressure on the embassy. His romantic magnetism works on a thrill-seeking American and an aristocratic Japanese woman.
A young man, raised by a Japanese family in Los Angeles, finds his knowledge of the Japanese language invaluable to the Marines after Pearl Harbor in this war saga. Based on the true story of World War II hero Gary Gabaldon. Starring David Janssen (TV's "The Fugitive"), Vic Damone ("Kismet"), Sessue Hayakawa ("The Bridge on the River Kwai") and Patricia Owens ("The Fly"), and directed by Phil Karlson ("Walking Tall").
A young man, raised by a Japanese family in Los Angeles, finds his knowledge of the Japanese language invaluable to the Marines after Pearl Harbor in this war saga.
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