The Eagle and the Hawk (1933) was a War - Action Film directed by Stuart Walker and produced by Bayard Veiller.
The Eagle and The Hawk (1933): March The WWI Flying AceBy 4 Star Film Fan on Jun 22, 2021 From 4 Star Films
There are two elements in the opening of The Eagle and The Hawk that might catch some viewers off guard. First, is the matter of a plane landing upside down. Second, being the fact the pilot is an uncharacteristically abrasive Cary Grant. He’s still playing support to our true lead Fredric Mar... Read full article
Pre-Code Crazy: The Eagle and the Hawk (1933)By shadowsandsatin on Mar 11, 2018 From Shadows and Satin
If you tune in to The Eagle and the Hawk (1933) on March 24th because you’re a huge Carole Lombard fan, let me give you a tip. Lombard is in the film, but her role is small; she?s on screen less than 10 minutes, tops. ?But if you want to see a riveting pre-Code starring two first-rate actors n... Read full article
The Eagle and the HawkBy kimalysong on Mar 18, 2012 From Sittin' on a Backyard Fence
You know what is one of the best film discoveries? When you realize two of your favorite actors starred in a film together that you have never seen. In the case of The Eagle & the Hawk it would be Fredric March & Cary Grant. Of course with big names like this you expect the film to not be ve... Read full article
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Jerry H. Young: I'm a chauffeur for a graveyard, driving men to their deaths day after day.
Henry Crocker: Why don't you get wise? This is a war. I'm hired to kill the enemy, and there ain't no book of rules about that. Every one I put away means one less to kill me. That's my job, and I'm doing it.
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