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No Greater Glory (1934)

No Greater Glory





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A tough youth gang leader learns the true meaning of courage in this moving and thoughtful drama. He is the leader of a troop of boys involved in an elaborate game of "capture the flag." He is idolized by a sickly boy on the block who begs to be allowed to join the leader's group. Eventually the older boy gives in and "enlists" the weakling as a private. Though he treats the young lad with contempt, the boy is so enamored of his hero that he doesn't notice. Eventually the gang's rivals, the "Red Shirts" steal their flag. To prove himself, the sickly boy risks his life and frail health. The allegorical, anti-war story is based on Hungarian playwright Molnar's autobiographical novel.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Classics
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Written By: Jo Swerling
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Columbia Pictures


Frankie Darro
as Feri Ats
Donald Haines
as Csonakos
Rolf Ernest
as Ferdie Pasztor
Julius Molnar Jr.
as Henry Pasztor
Bruce Line
as Richter
Samuel S. Hinds
as Gereb's Father
Christian Rub
as Watchman
Tom Ricketts
as Janitor
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Absorbing but grim tale of rival young gangs battling it out in the streets.

Full Review… | August 5, 2013
Classic Film and Television

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