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Tigers From the River Kwai

In Thailand, a young, honest and courageous boy undertakes to remit to the family of his dead American friend all his belongings, jewels and money earned through many years of hard work in a foreign country. But America is far away and ready to destroy and kill for a few dollars! To keep his promise he must travel far, and to move fast to fight his way through unbearable dangers and difficulties.

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In Thailand, a young, honest and courageous boy undertakes to remit to the family of his dead American friend all his belongings, jewels and money earned through many years of hard work in a foreign country. But America is far away and ready to destroy and kill for a few dollars! To keep his promise he must travel far, and to move fast to fight his way through unbearable dangers and difficulties.

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AKA:Tigre venuta dal fiume Kwai, La
Director:Franco Lattanzi
Year:1975
Language:English
Format:W
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:8.8
Starring:George Eastman Krung Srivilai Kam Wong Lung Gordon Mitchell

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