What Price Glory (1952) HD online
|Complete credited cast:|
|James Cagney||-||Capt. Flagg|
|Dan Dailey||-||1st Sgt. Quirt|
|William Demarest||-||Cpl. Kiper|
|Craig Hill||-||Lt. Aldrich|
|Robert Wagner||-||Pvt. Lewisohn|
|Marisa Pavan||-||Nicole Bouchard|
|Max Showalter||-||Lt. Moore (as Casey Adams)|
|James Gleason||-||Gen. Cokely|
|Henri Letondal||-||Cognac Pete|
John Ford was an uncredited second unit director in the 1926 version directed by Raoul Walsh.
Jack Pennick was an acknowledged military expert. Highly likely that he was a technical expert on this movie even though he never received credit for being so. While filming a movie at West Point, he pointed out that a display of crossed swords were hung upside down. They had been incorrectly displayed for many years.
This version uses almost no dialogue from the original play and was originally intended to be a musical.
Barry Norton played the priest in the 1952 version and Lewistohn in the 1926 version.
Jack Pennick was also in the 1926 version.
Robert Wagner, who had an early role in this film, greatly annoyed director John Ford, who repeatedly humiliated the young actor on set, referred to him contemptuously as "Boob" and even allegedly knocked him down at one point.
The melody "Charmaine" (Rapee/Pollock), specially written for the 1928 version of the film, was incorporated into the soundtrack music following a best-selling version record by Mantovani making the charts in 1951.
Marisa Pavan's film debut,