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William Holden film reviews


William Holden

American actor


1934-1955

Lux Radio Theatre

Cabaret  1934

Radio anthology series that had unique approach to the genre - instead of digging up unknown short stories or adapting classics they took up Broadway and Hollywood.

1950

Sunset Blvd.

as Joe Gillis

Cabaret  1950

Aspiring writer and an aging star of silent moviess can help each other, but everything in this life has a price.

1953

Stalag 17

as Sefton

Cabaret  1953

In prisoners of war camp the Americans try to figure out which one of them is passing informations to Germans.

1957

Bridge on the River Kwai

as Naval captain USA Shears

Cabaret  1957

British prisoners in Malaya are forced to build the railway bridge, but their officer refuses to accept the ruthless approach of Colonel Saito towards his men.

1957

The Bridge on the River Kwai

as Shears

Cabaret  1957

British prisoners arrive to the construction site of bridge that will help the Japanese transport their troops to Burma. Their slave work will help enemy, but at the same time the sabotage will mean death.

1959

The Horse Soldiers

as Major Henry Kendall

Cabaret  1959

During the American Civil War Union cavalry unit is sent deep behind enemy lines to attack the strategic railroad station in Newton Town, but they have to find the way to keep their mission a secret.




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