The Eagle and the Hawk
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The Eagle and the Hawk
Eagle and the Hawk is a "war is hell" saga slightly reminiscent of All Quiet on the Western Front. Fredric March plays a British World War One flying ace suffering from emotional fatigue. March's happy-go-lucky pilot buddy (Cary Grant) tries to help his friend forget his problems by accompanying him on leave in London. March meets a beautiful young lady (Carole Lombard), to whom he pours out his problems and with whom he has an implicit affair (made even more discreet when this film was edited for reissue). Tortured by the memory of the his fallen comrades and by the men he's… More

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"An unheralded near-masterpiece, The Eagle and the Hawk is among the strongest antiwar statements put on film."
‑ Michael W. Phillips, Jr., Goatdog's Movies
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