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A marksman is drafted in World War I and ends up becoming one of the most celebrated war heroes.
Gary Cooper's acceptance speech typified so many of the actor's performances when he said "It was Sergeant Alvin C. York who won this award; Shucks, I've been in this business sixteen years and sometimes dreamed I might get one of these things. That's all I can say! Funny, when I was dreaming, I always made a good speech." As he left the stage, he forgot the Oscar on the podium.
Lord, Lord - if You can, help him to be a-gittin' his bottom land!
When Alvin is documenting his earnings in August, 1916, the calendar is off one day. The Calendar for September is correct, but if the two months were viewed together, August 31 and Sept 1st would have both been on a Friday.
"We are proud to present this picture, and are grateful to the heroic figures, still living, who have generously consented to be portrayed in its story.
To their faith and ours, that a day will come when man will live in peace on earth, this picture is humbly dedicated.
High in the heart of the Cumberland Mountains in Tennessee, lies the Valley of the Three Forks of the Wolf, and here in the spring of the year 1916..."
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