The Last Flight (1931)
Discharged from the army due to emotional and physical trauma, a foursome of cynical American soldiers enjoying themselves in Paris befriend a strange but delightful young woman. This little known, under-rated war drama from Warner Brothers is filled with unexpectedly offbeat moments.
as Cary Lockwood
as Bill Talbot
as Shep Lambert
as Spectator at Bullfig...
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Where most of the memorable artifacts of pre-code cinema liked to flaunt its defiance of social decorum, The Last Flight makes an effort to shake up and unsettle the viewer, and it succeesds.
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