The Green Glove
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A down-on-his-luck veteran (Glenn Ford) returns to post WWII France to recover a jewel-encrusted holy relic stolen by the Nazis. His quest leads him down a deadly trail involving an alluring tour guide, Nazi collaborators, and murder!
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