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Journey's End

Journey's End(1930)

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Brief Synopsis

Colin Clive, Ian Maclaren, David Manners, Billy Bevan, Anthony Bushell. James Whale's powerful anti-war drama is set in the trenches of the Western front during WWI and focuses on a troop commander (Colin Clive) who is forced to follow military orders which will mean certain death for his men. Based on the play by R.C. Sheriff

Cast & Crew

James Whale Director
Colin Clive Captain Stanhope
Ian MacLaren Lieutenant Osborne
David Manners 2d Lieutenant Raleigh
Anthony Bushell 2d Lieutenant Hibbert
Billy Bevan 2d Lieutenant Trotter
Charles Gerrard Private Mason
Robert A'Dair Captain Hardy
Thomas Whitely Sergeant major
Warner Klinger German boy
Leslie Sketchley Corporal Ross
Benjamin Kline Director of Photography
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 8 Apr 1930
Release Date:  1930 Production Date:  British-American
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Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Tiffany-Gainsborough Productions
Duration(mins):  not available Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  11,455    
Duration(reels):  13    

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  • A film that's crying out for a DVD release!

    Tom Webb 2012-04-23

    This is an excellent film, and one of the great early-Talkies. It made the New York Times' "Ten Best Films" list for 1930, an inclusion it... MORE>