The Four Men of the title are British WWI veterans who decide to work secretly against enemies of the country. They aren't above a bit of murder or sabotage to serve their ends, but they ...
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Entertaining ensemble piece dealing with several characters who are on the way to the races on Derby day. It cleverly blends dramatic, romantic and comic elements, including the woman and ... See full summary »
Before he leaves for a posting in India, young Jim Wyndham has a fling with pretty Helen Norwood. After he leaves, Helen marries Prof. Paul Bernardy, a much older man. Four years later Jim returns from India, ready to take up where he left off with Helen, only to find out that she's now married. Complications ensue.
The Four Men of the title are British WWI veterans who decide to work secretly against enemies of the country. They aren't above a bit of murder or sabotage to serve their ends, but they consider themselves to be true patriots. Written by
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I don't tend to spend time having a go at other reviewers on this site as we are all entitled to our opinions.however how on earth can you post a review on a film when you have never seen it.Also to say that Edgar Wallace is forgotten is to say the least controversial,given his contribution ,if any,to King Kong.The thing about Wallace is that he knew when he was on to a good thing.Unknown masterminds.killing.robbing,a law unto themselves.The Frog,The squeaker etc.If a formula works then just use it again.Here Michael Balcon reuses it just as the country is on the verge of war.At the beginning of the film,the identity of the captors is not revealed.however the film ends with a climactic speech aimed fairly and squarly at Hitler.. So this film starts out as a political thriller and ends up as a morale boosting flag waver.
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