What Price Glory1926
What Price Glory (1926)
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as Capt. Flagg
as Sgt. Quirt
as Shanghai Mabel
as Cognac Pete
as Lt. Moore
as Pvt. Lewisohn
as Pvt. Lipinsky
as Private Kiper
as French Mayor
as A Private
as Camille, the Cook
Critic Reviews for What Price Glory
Creditable, entertaining, often picturesque, if you will, but not a gripping, vital piece of work.
It rises above the appeals of patriotism, sentiment, humor, and romance -- although it has all those things -- to shake the whole emotional structure of spectators with an epic portrait of two fascinating and violent men.
[Raoul Walsh] has done a magnificent job in converting a fine, stirring, straightforward play into a fine, stirring, straightforward movie.
What Price Glory comes out in spots of sobbing sentiment now and then, is very slow in places... [but] it contains the incredibly convincing performances of Victor McLaglan and Edmund Lowe as the two soldier-heroes, and occasionally it has greatness.
... the film version thrives on comedy that is sometimes satirical and often ribald. And that comedy only occasionally intersects with the anti-war feeling implied in the title.
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