Question: Why was Jonathan Brandis cut from Harts War?

He fell into a deep depression, began drinking heavily, and killed himself the next year. Jonathan Brandis played one of the privates but his lines were cut out of the movie.

Why did Jonathan Brandis stop acting?

Jonathan Gregory Brandis (April 13, 1976 – November 12, 2003) was an American actor. Beginning his career as a child model, Brandis moved on to acting in commercials and subsequently won television and film roles. Brandis committed suicide in 2003 following a period of heavy drinking and career setbacks.

Is Harts War a true story?

As Nicholas Katzenbach walked onto the film set of “Harts War,” the memories of his prisoner-of-war days during World War II were brought back full force. “It was as realistic, as accurate as it could be,” says Katzenbach, 80, whose son John wrote the novel on which the MGM film, which opens today, is based.

Whats the movie Harts War about?

Lieutenant Tommy Hart (Colin Farrell) is a second year law student who is enlisted as an officers aide in World War II due to his fathers political pull. When he is captured and thrown into a German prisoner of war camp, top ranking Colonel William McNamara (Bruce Willis) assigns him to defend Lieutenant Lincoln Scott (Terrence Howard), a black POW accused of murdering a fellow white prisoner. Harts War/Film synopsis

Who killed Bedford in Harts War?

Lincoln A. Scott Lincoln A. Scott (Howard) is accused of killing Bedford in retaliation. A law student before the war, Hart is appointed by McNamara to defend the accused pilot at his court-martial, a trial to which the camp commandant, Oberst Werner Visser (Iureş) agrees.

Is Jonathan Brandis dead?

Deceased (1976–2003) Jonathan Brandis/Living or Deceased

Who wrote Harts War?

John Katzenbach Harts War/Story by

What year was Harts War?

February 15, 2002 Harts War/Initial release

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