Sirocco (1951) was a Drama - Action Film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and produced by Robert Lord and Henry S. Kesler.
Sirocco – 1951By Bogart Fan on Mar 16, 2014 From The Bogie Film Blog
My Review —Not as Casablanca-ish as You?ve Been Told— Your Bogie Film Fix: out of 5 Bogies! Director: Curtis Bernhardt The Lowdown A black market gun dealer (Bogart) sells weapons and ammo to the Syrians as they revolt against their French occupiers in 1925, only to fall in love with ... Read full article
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Col. Feroud: On the contrary, General, I think it's an excellent idea, as far as it goes. But why shoot only five hostages? Why not ten, or even twenty for every soldier killed? In no time at all, you can have the whole population of Damascus lined up against the walls and you've ended all resistance.
Harry Smith: [to Violette] I've got a pass. I'm going to Cairo. You still want to go along? Oh, I can't show you as good a time as I could before because I'm broke. The French took all my money, but don't worry. As long as it keeps getting dark, I can always get some.
Harry Smith: You look like the kind of fella who might be married.
Major Jean Leon: Yes. Matter of fact, I just celebrated a wedding anniversary.
Harry Smith: Any kids?
Major Jean Leon: Just one. A boy.
Harry Smith: You gonna send him to St. Cyr?
Major Jean Leon: Yes, if he wants to be a soldier.
Harry Smith: That's fine. He'll follow in your footsteps. That's great. It's a great life. Nothing like handing it down to a bunch of kids. They'd break your neck if they knew what was coming.
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