No Greater Glory (1934)





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In this moving drama, a tough youth gang leader and his boys are involved in an elaborate game of "capture the flag." He is idolized by a sickly boy who begs to be allowed to join the leader's group. Eventually, the older boy "enlists" the weakling as a private.
Classics , Drama
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Columbia Pictures


George Breakston
as Nemecsek
Frankie Darro
as Feri Ats
Donald Haines
as Csonakos
Rolf Ernest
as Ferdie Pasztor
Julius Molnar Jr.
as Henry Pasztor
Wesley Giraud
as Kolnay
Bruce Line
as Richter
Samuel S. Hinds
as Gereb's Father
Christian Rub
as Watchman
Ralph Morgan
as Father
Lois Wilson
as Mother
Frank Reicher
as Doctor
Tom Ricketts
as Janitor
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Critic Reviews for No Greater Glory

All Critics (1)

Absorbing but grim tale of rival young gangs battling it out in the streets.

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

Audience Reviews for No Greater Glory


Nobody directed sentimental like Frank Borzage, and this anti-war film is a great example of his talent.

Michael Troudt
Michael Troudt

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