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These 2 1930s coming-of-age films set in Bridgeport, Connecticut star Dean Jones. In When Every Day Was the Fourth of July, a town's innocence is shattered when a brain-damaged World War I veteran is tried for murder. In the sequel, The Long Days of Summer, a growing sense of bigotry prevails in Bridgeport with the rise of Adolf Hitler and the pending rematch between heavyweight boxing champ Joe Lewis and a German challenger. DVD BONUS FEATURES: Audio Commentary with star Dean Jones and producer-director Dan Curtis * Photograph Gallery.