What Price Glory
Los Angeles: Fox Film Corporation, Circa 1926. Vintage press photograph from the 1926 silent film, showing director Raoul Walsh posing with actors Barry Norton, Leslie Fenton, Edmund Lowe, Dolores del Rio, Victor McLaglen, and others on the set.
From the archive of film historian and author Joel Finler.
During World War I, a US Marine sergeant finds his budding relationship with a French innkeeper's daughter threatened by the arrival of his romantic rival, a fellow Marine sergeant. The first Fox film to use the studio's new Movietone sound system, and the first film ever to use "special effects" as a credit.
Set in France.
10 x 8 inches. Very Good plus, lightly edgeworn, with adhesive residue on the verso.
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