In 1951, a cheating scandal rocks West Point academy, as eighty-three cadets -- including the son of the school's football coach (Scott Glenn) -- are implicated and ultimately dismissed.
At West Point, Honor Is A Code That Must Never Be Broken
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During the film strip scene Glenn uses the term "sack the quarterback" That term was not used until the 60's (attributed to either Deacon Jones or George Allan). He should have used the term "dump the quarterback" See more
I see. Tell the truth but not too loud, right dad?
References Twelve O'Clock High