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Richard Girard is part of a New Orleans family working closely with the English Warburtons. When Richard meets Mary Warburton she is engaged to Erik von Gerardt. He does wed Mary but their... See more »

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Mrs. Warburton, 1825 / Mary Warburton Girard, 1914
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Richard Girard - 1825 / Richard Girard - 1914
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Erik von Gerhardt
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Baron von Gerhardt (as Siegfried Rumann)
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Baroness von Gerhardt
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Carlos Girard (1825) / Henri Girard (1914)
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Dixie
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Gabriel Warburton (1825) / Sir John Warburton (1914)
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Mr. Manning
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John Girard (1825)
Brenda Fowler ...
Madame Agnes Girard (1825)
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Notary (1825)
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The Duallist (1825)
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Madame Girard II (1914)
Charles Bastin ...
Jacques Girard, the Boy (1914)
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Jacques Girard (1924)
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Charles Girard (1914)
Ferdinand Schumann-Heink ...
Fritz von Gerhardt
Georgette Rhodes ...
Jeanne Girard
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Colonel Braithwaite
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Clumber (as Ivan Simpson)
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Sergeant Culbert, Soldier in Trench
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Neville Clark ...
English Aviator (scenesDeleted)
Eva Dennison ...
English Aviator's Mother (scenesDeleted)
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Soldier in Trench (uncredited)
Anita Brown ...
Dixie's Wife (uncredited)
Pierre Callos ...
Chef (uncredited)
Fred Cavens ...
French Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ...
Frenchman (uncredited)
André Cheron ...
French Officer in Trench (uncredited)
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Frenchman (uncredited)
Sidney De Gray ...
Card Player (uncredited)
Mario Dominici ...
French Doctor (uncredited)
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Legionaire in Trench (uncredited)
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Guest at Tavern (uncredited)
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Hans, Man Toasting Bride and Groom (uncredited)
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English Soldier's Mother (uncredited)
Jesse Graves ...
Meadows - Butler - 1825 (uncredited)
Ben Hall ...
English Soldier (uncredited)
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Minister (uncredited)
Ramsay Hill ...
British Officer (uncredited)
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Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Fred Hueston ...
Frenchman (uncredited)
Hans Joby ...
German Officer (uncredited)
Beulah Hall Jones ...
Frenchwoman (uncredited)
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Broker (uncredited)
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Officer at Wedding Reception (uncredited)
Emmett King ...
Card Player (uncredited)
Otto Kottke ...
German Soldier (uncredited)
Louise La Croix ...
Frenchwoman (uncredited)
Jacques Lory ...
Legionaire in Trench with Dixie (uncredited)
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Housekeeper (uncredited)
Alphonse Martell ...
French Sergeant (uncredited)
Tony Martelli ...
Wounded Soldier (uncredited)
Billy McClain ...
Black Frenchman (uncredited)
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Worker Saying 'Paris Calling' (uncredited)
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Head Butler (uncredited)
George Milo ...
Officer (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer ...
Party Guest - 1825 (uncredited)
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Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Jack Pennick ...
French Orderly (uncredited)
John S. Peters ...
Cook (uncredited)
Albert Pollet ...
Frenchman (uncredited)
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Herr Robess (uncredited)
George Renault ...
Legionaire (uncredited)
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Guest at Tavern (uncredited)
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Legionaire in Trench with Dixie (uncredited)
Anders Van Haden ...
German Doctor (uncredited)
Perry N. Vekroff ...
Frenchman (uncredited)
Hans von Morhart ...
German Submariner (uncredited)
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Judge of Duel (uncredited)

Directed by

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John Ford

Written by

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Doris Anderson ... () (uncredited)
 
Reginald Berkeley ... (screenplay)
 
Reginald Berkeley ... (story)
 
William M. Conselman ... () (uncredited)
 
Joe Cunningham ... () (uncredited)
 
James Gleason ... () (uncredited)
 
Llewellyn Hughes ... () (uncredited)
 
Edward T. Lowe Jr. ... () (uncredited)
 
Henry Wales ... () (uncredited)

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Winfield R. Sheehan ... producer (as Winfield Sheehan)

Music by

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R.H. Bassett ... (uncredited)
David Buttolph ... (uncredited)
Louis De Francesco ... (uncredited)
Hugo Friedhofer ... (uncredited)
Cyril J. Mockridge ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by

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George Schneiderman

Film Editing by

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Paul Weatherwax ... (uncredited)

Set Decoration by

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Thomas Little ... (uncredited)

Costume Design by

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Rita Kaufman

Production Management

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Bernard McEveety ... unit manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Edward O'Fearna ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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William S. Darling ... settings (as William Darling)

Sound Department

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Eugene Grossman ... sound supervisor (as E.F. Grossman)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Paul Lockwood ... camera operator (uncredited)
Anthony Ugrin ... still photographer (uncredited)
John Van Wormer ... camera operator (uncredited)

Music Department

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Arthur Lange ... musical director
R.H. Bassett ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Hugo Friedhofer ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Emil Gerstenberger ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Arthur Lange ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Paul Van Loan ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Also Known As
  • Le monde en marche (France)
  • Paz en la Tierra (Spain)
  • Paz en la Tierra (Mexico)
  • A Marcha dos Séculos (Brazil)
  • Megmozdul a világ (Hungary)
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Runtime
  • 104 min
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Budget $727,400 (estimated)

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Trivia This was the first film to be granted the production seal of approval under new guidelines set forth by the Production Code Administration Office and the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America. (MPPDA Certificate No. 1). The modern US ratings system continued its numbering system, which has granted certificates to over 50,000 titles by 2018. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Directed by John Ford (1971). See more »
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