Two Soldiers (2003)

PG-13 07/30/2003 (US) DramaWar 40m
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In rural Mississippi, just before Pearl Harbor, brothers Pete, about 19, and Willie, about 10 years younger, are close. News arrives of America's entry into the Second World War, and Pete goes to enlist. Willie wants to come along, but is told he cannot. After his big brother leaves, the boy walks 30 miles to the nearest town, where the sheriff eventually puts him on a bus to Memphis where his brother is. At the recruiting office, Willie proves even more determined to see his brother. Eventually, sympathetic Colonel McKellog takes care of him.

  1. Aaron Schneider

    Director, Writer

  2. William Faulkner


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  1. Jonathan Furr

    Willie Grier

  2. Ben Allison

    Pete Grier

  3. Ron Perlman

    Ron Perlman

    Colonel McKellog

  4. David Andrews

    David Andrews

    Lieutenant Hogenbeck

  5. Mike Pniewski

    Mike Pniewski

    Sheriff Foote

  6. Deacon Dawson

    Mr. Grossnickel

  7. Joanne Pankow

    Mrs. Habersham

  8. Danny Vinson

    Pap Grier

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Two Soldiers

Status Released

Original Language English

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