Air Corps flyboy Joe Barrett thinks his family perished in a concentration camp during World War II. Trying to get on with his life, he starts his own airline and, years later, returns to Japan only to discover that his wife and daughter are alive.
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How, how is this any good? How does a lower grade picture have this much watchability? This is a different Bogie, his tough guy image yes but with a heavy dose of Dixon Steele. This alone makes for a good film but something in the simple plot development and tone makes it more. Maybe I just have a thing for plots with ex-GI's going back to Japan and encountering intense pain when digging up the ghosts of the past.