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Sahav

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  1. I was watching "Somewhere I'll Find You" on TCM a few minutes ago, I was also recording it on my DVR for my wife to see later. I was at the ending where Gable was dictating to Turner and the sound of a bomb falling was heard, then it looked like a slow fade out and bam the DVR recording stopped and it went forward to the next spot. (I was a few minutes behind due to pauseing a phone call). My question is, was this, how did it ended with a fade to black and the unseen bomb falling or what??? (Apologies if anyone thinks this is in the wrong area, but hey Bataan is WWII and even the opening
  2. Anyone have any idea who sang the opening and ending song for this film? The song is so inspirational. The film says music by David Gates, but my wife reassures me it is not him or Bread. At some points the voice sounds like it is a soft imitation of Johnny Cash. It also credits Joseph Gershenson as music supervisor. Again I have no idea, help anyone?
  3. Thanks, funny though, it takes a site like that to give information on the producer as opposed to the sites you would think that would have "complete" information. But what does someone like me know any how?
  4. I know this may sound like a stupid question, but if neither the TCM board or IMDB or the film itself shows credit for any producer, it is simply uncredited and lost to history or did the studio itself produce the film. The question came up while watching Band of Angels 1957.
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