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Beyond Victory (1931)

Passed  -  Drama  -  12 April 1931 (USA)
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Four battle-weary American soldiers under fire reflect on the women they left behind.

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(as John Robertson) , (uncredited)
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Sergeant Bill Thatcher (as Bill Boyd)
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Private Jim Mobley
Lew Cody ...
Lew Cavanaugh
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'Mlle' Fritzi Mobley (as ZaSu Pitts)
Marion Shilling ...
Ina
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Russell 'Bud'
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Katherina (as Lissi Arna)
Mary Carr ...
Bud's Mother
Fred Scott ...
Fred
Theodore von Eltz ...
Major Sparks (as Theorore Von Eltz)
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German Military Hospital Chief
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Four battle-weary American soldiers under fire reflect on the women they left behind.

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12 April 1931 (USA)  »

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(RCA Photophone System)

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A WWI AEF Tale
9 March 2005 | by (Maryland) – See all my reviews

This film is not the greatest war film ever made but is an intriguing tale of soldiers and the ones they left behind. It stars William Boyd near the beginning of his career before he became famous as the B Western Star Hopalong Cassidy.

It was filmed close enough to the original times so that there are few inaccuracies in procedures or equipment. The combat scenes are realistically done in the context of the times without excessive blood and gore as was the Search for Private Ryan.

I saw this many years ago in late night TV so cannot remember much detail, however, it is worth the watching.


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