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The Real Glory (1939) was a Action - Historical Film directed by Henry Hathaway and produced by Samuel Goldwyn and Robert Riskin.

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Dr. Bill Canavan: I thought I missed when I shot at that juramentado, but I guess I didn't.
[He throws five bullets he romoved from the body on the table]
Dr. Bill Canavan: He had enough lead in him to sink a battleship!
Capt. George Manning: Doctor, a juramentado is like a horse. The only place to stop him is right here.
[He gestures to his head]
Capt. George Manning: Only you feel sorry for the horse.
Dr. Bill Canavan: I've heard of these fanatics that go beserk, but I never saw one before. I wonder what kept the bugger going with all those slugs in him. Must be some drug.
Padre Rafael: The drug that keeps them going is what keeps most of us going - faith - good or bad! The juramentado believes that when he kills an infidel, it is a passport to Heaven.


Dr. Bill Canavan: [to Captain Hartley, who is going blind] Fact is you're afraid to live. That's much worse than being afraid to die!


Dr. Bill Canavan: [referring to a sick McCool] The germ hasn't been found that can stop him.


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Hollywood Reporter production charts included Maurice Moscovitch, Thurston Hall and William Stack in the cast, but they did not appear in the film.
The film was re-issued in 1942 with the title "A Yank in the Philippines," but the Office of War Information (OWI) requested that it be withdrawn; the Philippine Moros had become allies of the United States in World War II.
David Niven felt badly miscast in the film, and did not even attempt an American accent.
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