What Price Glory?
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What Price Glory?
From the minute it opened on Broadway in 1924, Laurence Stallings and Maxwell Anderson's gritty WWI comedy-drama What Price Glory? was a center of controversy. Prudes and blue-noses condemned the play for its explicit language, while a group of politicians tried to bring about a federal action to halt its production because of its "disrespectful" treatment of military officers and traditions. Naturally, any play that engendered that sort of reaction had to be a hit. Two years after its stage debut, the play was adapted for the screen, with Victor McLaglen and Edmund Lowe as those… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"A steady stream of roughhouse pirouettes, yet once the characters hit the trenches Walsh composes as fiercely as Griffith"
‑ Fernando F. Croce, CinePassion
"Vivid look at two guys' rivalry."
‑ Michael E. Grost, Classic Film and Television
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