Kirk Douglas recalls the work he did four years earlier in Paths of Glory, this time as a lawyer representing four American military boys in Deutschland accused of gang raping a local fraulein. (Imagine how tepidly that plays out in a film 40 years old.) He tries to get them off (or one of them, at least) during a trial that plays out in a highschool gymnasium.
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