Not Rated | | Drama, Romance, War
In Hawaii in 1941, a private is cruelly punished for not boxing on his unit's team, while his captain's wife and second-in-command are falling in love.
The song "Re-enlistment Blues" in the movie is sung by finger-picking guitar legend Merle Travis who is playing his specially modified Martin guitar. It had a modified neck installed by his friend Paul Bigsby to be more like the Gibson electric guitars he ... ...
Prew, it's true we love each other now, we need each other, but back in the States it might be different.
Robert E. Lee "Prew' Prewitt: That ain't the real reason.
Alma: You're right, it's not.
Robert E. Lee "Prew' Prewitt: What is the real reason?
Alma: I - I won't marry you because I don't want to be the wife of a ...
Robert E. Lee "Prew' Prewitt: ...
When Alma and Prew are talking in her apartment, the spring clasp is visible next to the cross on Alma's necklace. When the camera returns in a subsequent angle, the spring clasp is no longer visible.
Opening credits prologue: SCHOFIELD BARRACKS HAWAII 1941
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