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The Brothers Geste!
- Raymond Banacki
Just a shout-out to the young actors who were so marvelous as the Geste brothers - Donald O'Connor (Beau), Billy Cook (John), Martin Spellman (Digby) and the two other young actors, David Holt and Ann Gillis.
Beau Geste (1939)
- Mark Sutch
Great movie from a great year !
- Vinny Castellano
Beau Geste is another reason why 1939 is a landmark year in film history. It combined a suspenseful action drama with important messages on dedication, sacrifice, and family loyalty. Gary Cooper, Ray Milland, and Robert Preston remind me of the three principal actors in another 1939 classic Gunga Din. Two great movies I could see over and over again.Keep up the great movie menu, TCM!
Beau Geste, a wonderful movie!
I had never seen this movie before, and didn't know it's story line. I am so happy I caught it. I was surprised by the many known actors in it, particularly a young Donald O'Conner and Ann Gillis, who starred as Becky Thatcher in "Tom Sawyer", as well as Susan Hayward, in what I believe was her first movie perhaps. This was a beautiful story of family devotion. I hope you will show it again.
Thank You, Thank You, Thank You
- Scott Shelton
Thank you so much for finally showing this wonderful movie!! I'm only sorry I didn't know it was going to be on, so I could have seen it from the beginning. It is a great movie from a great movie year, and I hope all your viewers enjoyed it as much as me!
I Love It!!!
I wasn't aware that this would be showing already, I know... thanks to you folks via e-mail... that this movie finally became available on DVD. (Thanks for that). I hope we can get a heads-up on the next time you show it... hopefuly very soon. I hope one of my other favorites ("Viva Zapata") gets released soon as well. Thank you.
Didn't watch the whole thing
OK,s maybe I'm so obsessed with Don O'Con that I got this for two scenes.And Robert Preston.I just wanted to see what the world's bets star looked like at my age,but I watched a little more than that.It's good.Yeah.Nice.6/10.
Great acton movie!
- Steven L. Mitchell
Last saw this movie as a boy. I'm now 58 years old. Should tell you something of the quality of this movie. Cooper, Milland, Preston, Denlevey, Hayward. What else can you say!
One of my favorites
I read the book and saw Beau Geste on television for the first time as a child. It would be great to have the opportunity to see it again.
Another great classic
from that Golden Year of great movies, 1939. That alone, should give it the umph needed to put onto the TCM schedule. Afterall, they, themselves have credited that year as the greatest year for movies. So all the greats from that year should be automatically placed into the lineup. This movie is definitely no exception to the rule. It is a masterpiece. It is up there with Gunga Din (same year). If given the chance, make sure you take part in experiencing this grand adventure into cinema history.
Why TCM doesnt or anyone airs this movie
- Scott Shelton
I came across Beau Geste years ago when i was renting vhs cassettes. I watched it and i instantly loved it. The only way i could watch this movie was to hopefully rent it in the years to come. I just want to know why this movie is never in the TCM movie lineup. It is a favorite of mine, and would love to see it from time to time.
Why Not Beau Geste
- Larry Davis
One of the best movies ever made!
Bea Geste DVD
When are you going to have a Bea Geste (1939) DVD only? I don't want the collection that is offered.