The Leatherneck (1929)

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An odd little film about male bonding. At the end of WW I, two Americans (William Boyd and Robert Armstrong) befriend a simple minded German (Alan Hale) and win him over into becoming an ... See full summary »


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4 May 2020 | JoeytheBrit
The Leatherneck review
Solid little action movie that never flags thanks to its brief sub-hour running time. It's aimed squarely at the young male audience of its day, but isn't shy of throwing in the odd expressionistic moment (a memorable mass execution scene). Boyd, Hale and director Howard Higgin all worked together on the previous year's equally enjoyable Skyscraper.

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24 February 1929



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