G | | Comedy, Musical, War
The working-class Smiths change their initially sunny views on World War I after the three boys of the family witness the harsh reality of trench warfare.
The final scene involved the placing of over sixteen thousand crosses on the Sussex Downs. Each cross had to have a hole dug for it in order to hold it steady in the ground, and stop it from falling or being blown over. The helicopter aerial shot ... ...
It was Christmas Day in the cookhouse, the happiest time of the year, Men's hearts were full of gladness and their bellies full of beer, When up popped Private Shorthouse, his face as bold as brass, He said We don't want your Christmas pudding, you ...
When Sir John's car drives off after his conversation with Harry, a modern car can be seen reflected in the window.
Opening credits prologue: The principal statements made by the historical characters in this film are based on documentary evidence and the words of the songs are those sung by the troops during the First World War
English, French, German
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