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Jack Durrance (Character)
from The Four Feathers (2002)

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The Four Feathers -- A British officer resigns his post just before battle and subsequently receives four white feathers from his friends and fiancee as symbols of what they believe to be his cowardice.
The Four Feathers -- A British officer resigns his post just before battle and subsequently receives four white feathers from his friends and fiancee as symbols of what they believe to be his cowardice.

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Alternate Names:
Captain Jack Durrance / Captain John Durrance / John Durrance / Lt. Jack Durrance

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  1. The Four Feathers (2002) Played by Wes Bentley

  2. The Four Feathers (1978) (TV) Played by Robert Powell

  3. Storm Over the Nile (1955) Played by Laurence Harvey (as John Durrance)
    ... aka "Zoltan Korda's Production Storm Over the Nile" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)

  4. The Four Feathers (1939) Played by Ralph Richardson (as Captain John Durrance)

  5. The Four Feathers (1929) Played by Clive Brook (as Lt. Jack Durrance)
  6. The Four Feathers (1921) Played by Cyril Percival

  7. Four Feathers (1915) Played by Arthur Evers (as Captain Jack Durrance)

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From The Four Feathers (2002)
Jack Durrance: You may be lost, but you are not forgotten. For those who have travelled far, to fight in foreign lands, know that the soldier's greatest comfort is to have his friends close at hand. In the heat of battle it ceases to be an idea for which we fight. Or a flag. Rather we fight for the man on our left, and we fight for the man on our right. And when armies are scattered and the empires fall away, all that remains is the memory of those precious moments that we spent sided by side. See more »

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