Passed | | Drama, War
Brothers Monte and Ray leave Oxford to join the Royal Flying Corps. Ray loves Helen; Helen enjoys an affair with Monte; before they leave on their mission over Germany they find her in still another man's arms.
Was the second-most expensive movie ever made at the time of its release, its $2.5 million budget will behind the $4 million of 1925's Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ.
Gretchen - Waitress:
Having a better time than you expected, Monte?
Monte Rutledge: Marvelous. Been dancing with a beautiful brunette. Name of Elenor. She's perfect.
Helen: Oh, I'd imagine, you don't really think she's beautiful?
Gretchen - Waitress: Kitty-kitty-kitty-kitty-kitty-kitty-kitty.
Helen: Stop it. I'm not a a...
The UCLA Film and Television Archive restored the film to its premiere version, which is the version currently available on DVD. In addition to reinstating the 8-minute two-strip Technicolor sequence, tinting and toning was restored to the duel at sunrise, the Zeppelin battle, the night patrol, and Monte and Roy departing for their bombing run. Note that these sequences were intact on earlier prints, but without color or special processing. The film's Intermission title card, along with Entr'acte music and exit music were reinstated as well.
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