A group of youngsters grow up and love in a peaceful French village. But war intrudes and peace is shattered. The German army invades and occupies village, bringing both destruction and torture. The young people of the village resist, some successfully, others tragically, until French troops retake the town.
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18 MONTHS IN THE MAKING(original poster-all caps)
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Did You Know?
The Pennsylvania Board of Censors demanded that D.W. Griffith
cut scenes of brutality from the film. Griffith's response to those demands was to cancel the Philadelphia opening. See more
A letter sent to The Boy from the Academie des Concourts is dated "7-30-1914." Europeans write dates with the day first and the month secondly. The letter from Paris should be dated "30-7-1914." See more
For the British release, Griffith added a scene showing him setting up equipment in the trenches, and another scene with Prime Minister David Lloyd George wishing him luck with his movie. See more
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