Approved | | Crime, Drama
In WWI Victor McLaglen, serving in the British army, was the military governor/provost marshal (chief of police) of Baghdad, Iraq.
And now the British think I'm with the Irish, and the Irish think I'm with the British. The long and short of it is I'm walkin' around without a dog to lick my trousers!
Frankie McPhillip tells his mother he travelled to her house via O'Connell Street. In 1922, the year the movie is set, O'Connell Street was still offically called Sackville Street, but the Irish Home Rule Party had unsuccessfully attempted to change it to "O'Connell Street" prior to this and this name was commonly used by nationalist Dubliners.
Opening credits prologue: 1920 "Then Judas repented himself-and cast down the thirty pieces of silver - and departed."
A VHS version in Argentina was lifted from an original 16mm print, in English with Spanish language subtitles, with the credits replaced with Spanish language translations.
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