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Green Mile, The - Pow Mia Flag in Scene from 1935 Prison Camp
In one of the first scenes of the prison, the main building is flying the U.S. Flag and right below it flies the POW-MIA flag from the Vietnam Era.
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Anonymous on 01-26-2000
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Jenn writes:
The second flag is the state flag of Louisiana.
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6thkid writes:
The American flag always flies on top, then the state flag, that's how you can tell.
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ashley writes:
You mean the two that were really far away? They wern't limp, but I suppose you would be able to see what type of flags they were if you had the movie on DVD, so you could zoom in, other then that they're too far away and move too much.
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Jens69 writes:
How can you tell which flag is which? Both flags are limp and not blowing, and real identification is not possible. DUH!
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Ron Spiegelhalter writes:
Can anyone give me the specific scene this occurs in? Preferably the time it occurs? I went through the first 45 minutes of the DVD three times last night and could not find a POW flag. The write-up says it's "in one of the first scenes of the prison" but I don't see it.
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Tricki writes:
It is the first shot of the front of the prison. A man is on a horse. The next shot you see is the prison van entering the prison. Pause the film and you can clearly see two flags on the point of a roof in the background. 1 being the USA flag.
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