Approved | | Drama, War
Truncated adaptation of Stephen Crane's novel about a Civil War Union soldier who stuggles to find the courage to fight in the heat of battle.
Louis B. Mayer loaded the dice against the film at its first preview screening by pitching it to its audience of students that it was a comedy. Consequently, all the reviews were scathing, allowing Mayer the opportunity to order some drastic recutting. Producer Gottfried Reinhardt ... ...
Wives, dogs, and chestnut trees - the more you beat 'em the better they be.
The enlisted soldiers in the film are shown wearing the rectangular Model 1851 belt plate instead of the brass oval "US" belt plate worn by enlisted soldiers.
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