The Eagle and the Hawk Movie Review 1933

Information and Film Reviews for The Eagle and the Hawk the Movie

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Americans Jerry Young (March), Henry Crocker (Grant), and Mike Richards (Oakie) volunteer for flying duty with the British Army in 1918. Jerry is a heroic pilot but becomes depressed by the horrors of war, while gung ho Henry, who's serving as his observer/gunner, also becomes his rival. On leave, Jerry briefly finds solace with a society babe (Lombard) only to discover on his return that Henry's cockiness has gotten their buddy Mike killed. He denounces the war but Henry manages to ensure Jerry's status as a hero despite his actions.

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Available on VHS
Running time 73 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Anti-War War Movies, World War I, Buddies, Airborne, Suicide
Screenplay
Seton I. Miller, Bogart Rogers
Cast
Fredric March, Cary Grant, Jack Oakie, Carole Lombard, Guy Standing, Forrester Harvey, Kenneth Howell, Leyland Hodgson
Cinematography
Harry Fischbeck
Director
Stuart Walker
Producer
Paramount Pictures

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