Three Brave Men

Three Brave Men

Three Brave Men is a 1956 American drama film directed by Philip Dunne and starring Ray Milland, Ernest Borgnine and Frank Lovejoy.


Communist conspiracies seem to be everywhere in the 1950s, particularly in Washington, D.C., where word has reached John Rogers, the Secretary of the Navy, that one of his subordinates is strongly suspected to be a Communist sympathizer.

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    director Philip Dunne
    editor David Bretherton
    genre drama
    keywords innocent man suspect wash
    musicBy Hans J. Salter
    producer Herbert Bayard Swope
    productionCompany 20th Century Fox
    publisher 20th Century Fox