West Point (II) (1927)

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Wealthy Brice Wayne enters West Point and, though he does well on the football field, angers fellow cadets with his arrogance. Disciplined by the coach he yells "To hell with the Corps!" ...See full summary »


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  • William Bakewell and William Haines in West Point (1927)
  • William Haines in West Point (1927)
  • William Haines in West Point (1927)
  • William Bakewell and William Haines in West Point (1927)
  • Joan Crawford and William Haines in West Point (1927)

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According to historian Anthony Slide, William Bakewell's mother accompanied him to the location in New York. This was paid for by the studio at the behest of Bakewell's agent, who had heard that the star of the film, William Haines, was gay. The fear was that Haines would corrupt Bakewell if... ...


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Coach Towers: If ever a player means more than the Corps' honor... we'll abolish football!

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Drama | Romance

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