Approved | | Drama, Romance, War
After he gets blinded by a German sniper's bullet in 1943, Sergeant Larry Nevins begins the long and painful road to recovery.
The distinctive Pennsyvlania Railroad locomotive that pulls into the Philadelphia station near the end of the film is a PRR GG1 class electric, number 4849. Developed by General Electric exclusively for the PRR, 139 were built from 1934 to 1943, mostly at the PRR shops in Altoona, Pennsylvania. The last GG1 ran in 1983.
I told ya i wanted security, remember... well I was looking for it in all the wrong places. Nobody can ever give it to you Judy. That way, it costs too much, you gotta make it for yourself.
The locomotive pulling the train when Joe arrives home in Florida was not produced by American Locomotive Company until 1950, seven years after the actual event. Diesel locomotives were not used on local trains until after the war years.