Sergeant York - (Re-issue Trailer)
Gary Cooper won his first Best Actor Oscar portraying Sergeant York (1941), the pacifist who becomes a war hero.
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Sergeant York (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Maybe In A Flash
Having trouble changing his ways, Gary Cooper as rural Tennesseean Alvin York is visited at work by non-denominational long-time family pastor Pile (Walter Brennan), who offers telling metaphors, early in Howard Hawks Sergeant York, 1941.
Sergeant York (1941) -- (Movie Clip) What Are We Drinkin' To?
East Tennessee, 1916, joining the first scene for Gary Cooper as Alvin York (title character), with his buddies (Ward Bond, Noah Beery Jr.) conversing over a bottle when younger brother George (Dickie Moore), sent by mother, comes to collect him, in Howard Hawks Sergeant York , 1941.
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Sergeant York (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Old Time Religion
Returned to drinking after being beaten in a land deal by a romantic rival, Tennesseean Alvin York (Gary Cooper, title character), who has made clear he feels religion ought to come to a man unbidden, ventures into a storm, then preacher Walter Brennans church, in Sergeant York, 1941.
Sergeant York (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Render Unto Caesar
Sent home to Tennessee by his superiors to consider whether, as a gifted marksman, he ought to serve in combat in World War One, Alvin York (Gary Cooper title character) hears various influences, then returns with his decision to Major Buxton (Stanley Ridges), in Howard Hawks' Sergeant York, 1941.
Sergeant York (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Cuts Down The Haze
At Camp Gordon, Georgia, 1917, enduring ridicule from Sergeant Early (Joseph Sawyer), who can't see why a would-be conscientious objector would be handy with a rifle, Gary Cooper (title character) demonstrates mad skills, in Howard Hawks' Sergeant York, 1941.