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A Farewell to Arms (1932)

A Farewell to Arms
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Helen Hayes Helen Hayes
Gary Cooper Gary Cooper
Adolphe Menjou Adolphe Menjou
Mary Philips Mary Philips
Jack La Rue Jack La Rue
Blanche Friderici Blanche Friderici
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Mary Forbes Mary Forbes
Miss Van Campen
Gilbert Emery Gilbert Emery
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Benjamin Glazer Benjamin Glazer
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Oliver H.P. Garrett Oliver H.P. Garrett


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3 years, 6 months ago at Oct 2 21:26
It strips away the macho-centric simplicity of language and depth of uncertainty in war and its ramifications, but Frank Borzage’s adaptation is still a winner. One of cinema’s great romantics, Borzage seems an odd choice to adapt a writer of such brusque anti-poetic wording, yet somehow Borzage finds a way into making a “Hollywood” version of the story. Perhaps it’s by downplaying the m... read more
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The cataclysm of WW I set the stage for an impassioned story of star-crossed love between daring American ambulance driver (Cooper) braving death at the front lines and English nurse (Hayes) in an army hospital. The tumult of war conspires to push the pair together and then wrench them apart in what becomes an ultimate test of love. Based largely on Hemingway's own experiences in The Great War.
Release date: 8 December 1932
UPC: 014381550726
Tags: 1932 (6), Romance (4), War (4), Based On A Novel (4), World War I (4), Drama (3), Ernest Hemingway (2), 1930s (2), Hemingway (1), Love (1), Pre-code (1), Based On A Book (1), Woman In War (1), Helen Hayes (1), Gary Cooper (1), Adolphe Menjou (1), Mary Philips (1), Paramount (1), WWI (1), Usa (1)
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" Gary Cooper, Adolphe Menjou, Mary Philips and Helen Heyes "On the Italian front during World War I, Frederic Henry (Gary Cooper), an American serving as an ambulance driver in the Italian Army, delivers some wounded soldiers to a hospital. There he meets his friend, Italian Major Rinaldi (Adolphe Menjou), a doctor. They go out carousing, but are interrupted by a bombing raid. Frederic and English Red Cross nurse Catherine Barkley (Helen Hayes) take shelter in the same place. The somewhat drunk"

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