H/T to Interested Participant --
Until after the November election, Warner Brothers has blocked the release of a film about the Hanoi Hilton, featuring an interview with John McCain discussing his imprisonment. The film is a favorable portrayal.
Warner Brothers spokesman Ronnee Sass said, "It's just us trying to be cautious and not affect the election one way or the other."Of course, the desire to not affect the election doesn't impact the release of any anti-Republican or anti-American Hollywood productions.
Hollywood producers obviously sense no shame nor hypocrisy as Machiavellian operatives for the leftists. Like the mainstream media, Hollywood is merely another group of useful idiots, united to make America into a socialist utopia.
Hanoi Hilton Director Lionel Chetwynd is pissed. "Finding someone in Hollywood who says they don't want to affect the election is like finding a virgin in a brothel," he complained.
During the 2004 election Sinclair Broadcasting and many other media outlets refused to air the documentary - Stolen Honor: Wounds That Never Heal. This documentary showed how John Kerry turned on his fellow Vietnam vets and the added suffering he caused POW's.
During that election, I had the opportunity to meet and have dinner with Ken Cordier, USAF Col.(ret.). Cordier (Phantom Flyer), a Canton, OH native, flying his 175th mission was shot down flying his F4 over North Vietnam on Dec. 2, 1966. Cordier was a POW for 2,284 days - many of them at the famed Hanoi Hilton.
Listening to Cordier speak about his time as a POW and watching the Stolen Honor documentary was truly riveting. I am sure the above movie is not being played for many of the same reasons - MSM and Hollywood bias against anything that shows conservatives in a good light.