The Four Feathers

1978, Adventure, 1h 40m

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Raised by an overbearing military father (Harry Andrews), Harry Faversham (Beau Bridges) is expected to fight patriotically for king and country. But when Harry gets engaged to Miss Eustace (Simon Ward), he deliberately intercepts and burns telegrams directing him and his officer friends to the front in Egypt. When he's found out, his fellow officers send him white feathers, which are symbolic of cowardice, and Harry trails after them to Egypt in order to redeem himself.

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