Bridge To The Sun

  • 1961
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

American girl Baker, married to Japanese diplomat Shigeta, disregards the harsh comments of her family and friends and returns to Japan with her husband at the outbreak of WW II. Enduring numerous physical and social hardships during the war, an unexpected tragedy befalls the couple when the battles have ended. Compassionate but unexciting performances...read more

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Bridge To The Sun - Official Trailer
02:59 — While staying in Washington, D.C., Tennessee-born Gwen Harold (Carroll Baker) falls in love with and marries Japanese diplomat Hidenari (Terry) Terasa (more…)
(Movie Clip) Even If They Are Japanese
Opening from MGM and debutante Belgian director Etienne Perier, introducing Carroll Baker as the author of the underlying memoir, Sean Garrison and Ru (more…)
(Movie Clip) Love Is A Luxury
First Japanese diplomat Terry Terasaki (James Shigeta) then Tenneseean Gwen (Carroll Baker, as the author of the original book) are called before (more…)
(Movie Clip) His Imperial Majesty
Her first day in Tokyo, 1935, American bride Gwen (Carroll Baker), with Japanese diplomat husband Terry (James Shigeta), has some trouble with the (more…)
Bridge To The Sun - (Original Trailer)
The true story of an American Southerner (Carroll Baker) who marries a Japanese diplomat just before World War II, Bridge To The Sun (1961).

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: American girl Baker, married to Japanese diplomat Shigeta, disregards the harsh comments of her family and friends and returns to Japan with her husband at the outbreak of WW II. Enduring numerous physical and social hardships during the war, an unexpected… (more)

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