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            "description": "1951 feature film that tells the story of 442nd Regimental Combat Team and that climaxes with the rescue of the \"Lost Battalion.\" A popular and critical success, Go For Broke! represents a landmark in the representation of Japanese Americans in Hollywood films. The film focuses on the transformation of the initially bigoted Lt. Michael Grayson (played by Van Johnson), who is assigned to command the all-Japanese American unit. The members of the 442nd were mostly played by Nisei veterans. Producer and MGM studio head Dore Schary would produce another film centered around bigotry aimed at Japanese Americans four years later, Bad Day at Black Rock (1955).",
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                "War - glory, necessity, pain, tragedy",
                "Heroism - real or perceived",
                "Hazards of passing judgment"
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