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We'd always recommend a bit of self-sufficient keyword search work through Google and IMDB, but if you're truly stumped the Whirlpool movie buff collective may be able to help. This includes no foul language and no depiction of sexual acts or overt violence.
I watch this movie when child, I am 38 now, so is a old movie (maybe 30 to 40 years old) but in colour.
I barely remenber the full history but what I can remember is a chase of 2 or 3 children (siblings?
Second – Looking for an American War movie – I saw it on TV in the early 70's – Could be black& white – we may not of had a color TV at the time. There's this one movie I watched in the 80's in this one scene a non-American is in a NY taxi, and the taxi driver mentions that he's an "American," but he looks and speaks English with a strong Iranian/Pakistanian/Indian(??
Could either be WWII with Japanese as the bad guys or Korean War. One – the squad was dug in on top of a hill or ridge and being overrun. Two – they were going around a hill on a road and there was a camoflaged tank that they had to take out. ) accent, and obvious the driver just "became" an US citizen.
Between them, Ken and Tom have provided Metron fire pump controllers for over 90% of the high-rise buildings, warehouses and industrial complexes in the Greater Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside, and San Bernardino areas as well as other areas of Southern California.
Here is a list of some of KCCO Controls Company's major customers.
We have a lot of first time posters stumble on this thread, and that's great, but please read the rules first. Basically, Whirlpool is a family-friendly site so don't offend, even in the context of describing a scene from a movie: it's not on and it won't be tolerated.We also provide a consultation service for troubleshooting problems with your existing fire protection system and for engineers who are in the planning stage of new projects. has been the authorized representatives for Metron, Inc, in Southern California, Arizona and Nevada since the early 1970s.In 1984 the original owner, Ken Cramer, handed over his company to the current owner, Tom Stolarski, after over 35 years selling and servicing fire pump controllers.She starts seeing things and I think her little brother is effected.Comes to find out that the grandfather was some kind of Dr that did experiments on kids.