A press release dated July 2, 1941 states that the film was the first motion picture to be made into a stage play. It was transcribed by Robert Porterfield
, who made his debut in this film. See more
Well I'm as much agin' killin' as ever, sir. But it was this way, Colonel. When I started out, I felt just like you said, but when I hear them machine guns a-goin', and all them fellas are droppin' around me... I figured them guns was killin' hundreds, maybe thousands, and there weren't nothin' anybody could do, but to stop them guns. And that's what I done.
Do you mean to tell me that you did it to save lives?
Yes sir, that was why.
Well, York, what you've just told me is the most ...
In the Sweet Bye and Bye
Music by J.P. Webster
Lyrics by S. Fillmore Bennett
Sung by the folks in the church during the rainstorm See more