Paths of Glory (1957) was a War - Drama Film directed by Stanley Kubrick and produced by Stanley Kubrick, Kirk Douglas and James B. Harris.
Paths of Glory was inducted into the National Film Registry in 1992.
Cinemallennials: Paths of Glory (1957)By Dave Lewis on Mar 10, 2021 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Cinemallennials: Paths of Glory (1957) For those of you who are unfamiliar with Cinemallennials, it is a bi-weekly podcast in which I, and another millennial, watch a classic film that we?ve never seen before, and discuss its significance and relevance in today?s world. In today?s episode,... Read full article
Paths of Glory (1957)By Beatrice on Jun 24, 2016 From Flickers in Time
Paths of Glory Directed by Stanley Kubrick Written by Stanley Kubrick, Calder Willingham, and Jim Thompson from a novel by Humphrey Cobb 1957/USA Bryna Productions Repeat viewing/Netflix rental #330 of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die [Ferol smashes the roach] Private Ferol: Now you got th... Read full article
Videos of the Week: “Paths of Glory”and “Minnie & Moskowitz”By Marisa on Dec 9, 2015 From The Timothy Carey Experience
Today is the birthday anniversary of not one but two great men who played important roles in Timothy’s career. After wondering why I never noticed this before, I thought it fitting to pay tribute to both of them at once. First up is Kirk Douglas, who turns an incredible 99 years old today. He ... Read full article
Pic of the Day: “Paths of Glory” promotional stillBy Marisa on Jun 29, 2015 From The Timothy Carey Experience
Today’s pic is another promotional still from Stanley Kubrick‘s Paths of Glory (1957). Col. Dax (Kirk Douglas) is going over his notes during the court-martial of the three scapegoated prisoners (Timothy, Ralph Meeker and Joe Turkel). My husband is especially fond of Tim’s rather ... Read full article
Paths of Glory (1957, Stanley Kubrick)By Andrew Wickliffe on May 8, 2015 From The Stop Button
Paths of Glory takes place over four days, runs just under ninety minutes and has thirteen or so significant characters. It’s hard to identify the most significant character–Kirk Douglas’s protagonist the viewer’s way into the film, but he’s not the most significant. Th... Read full article
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Special effects supervisor Erwin Lange was forced to appear before a special German government commission before he was permitted to acquire the huge number of explosives needed for the battle scenes. Over a ton of explosives were discharged in the first week of filming alone.
Stanley Kubrick approached Kirk Douglas with the script. Douglas instantly fell in love with it, telling Kubrick "Stanley, I don't think this picture will ever make a nickel, but we have to make it." Douglas's words proved to be quite prophetic - the film was not a success at the box office.
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