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Early 70s movie about life after death

This movie followed several people in their experence with life after death as it said in the trailer on

TV  Where did they go and what did they see ?
asked Aug 8, 2017 in Feedback & Suggestions by PAD (12 points)
Do you remember any more details? There were so many of these paranormal docudrama movies made in the '70s.
One Guy was Temporarily dead during WW2
movie was made between 1971 and 1973
Okay, thanks PAD, that really helps. I'm going to try to find this.

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"Beyond and Back"(1978)?

The year is off a little ways from what you said, but this one does have people describing their near death experiences, including a WW2 soldier. Here is the full movie from Youtube, the WW2 scene starts at 25:40.
answered Aug 8, 2017 by Cinemanster (1,933 points)
selected Aug 9, 2017 by PAD