What Price Glory? | Chicago Reader

What Price Glory?

Directed by Raoul Walsh and adapted from a popular play by Laurence Stallings and Maxwell Anderson, this energetic silent comedy-drama (1926) focuses on the rivalry between two U.S. officers serving in France (Victor McLaglen, Edmund Lowe). A lot better than John Ford's 1952 remake, the movie shows Walsh at his spunkiest. With Dolores Del Rio, William V. Mong, and Phyllis Haver.

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