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Thumbnail for Paths of Glory (1957) Paths of Glory (1957)

Basic Info Rusty's rating: 82
Notable as: ExistentialismGenre: Existentialism, War film, Anti-war film, DramaMain subject: capital punishmentRuntime: 86 - 88 minutesLanguage: English, German, LatinCountry: United StatesDirector: Stanley KubrickScreenwriter: Jim Thompson, Calder Willingham, Stanley Kubrick, Humphrey CobbMusic: Gerald FriedCinematography: Georg KrauseStars: Kirk Douglas, George Macready, Adolphe Menjou, Ralph Meeker, Wayne Morris, Richard Anderson, Joe Turkel, Timothy Carey, Christiane Kubrick, Peter Capell, Jock Stein, Bert Freed, Emile MeyerProducer: James B. HarrisStudio: Bryna ProductionsAwards won: National Film RegistryAward details: (details at IMDb)
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Paths of Glory is a 1957 American anti-war film by Stanley Kubrick based on the novel of the same name by Humphrey Cobb. Set during World War I, the film stars Kirk Douglas as Colonel Dax, the commanding officer of French soldiers who refused to continue a suicidal attack. Dax attempts to defend them against a charge of cowardice in a court-martial.


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