What Price Glory Overview:

What Price Glory (1952) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by John Ford and produced by Sol C. Siegel.

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Pvt. Lewisohn: You speak English very well.
Nicole Bouchard: Sister Cecile does not permit that we speak French in English class.
Pvt. Lewisohn: Well, I can tell you how glad I am that you've Sister Cecile for a teacher.
Nicole Bouchard: Thank you, also my father does not permit that I speak to American soldier... in any language.

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The melody "Charmaine" (Rapee/Pollock), specially written for the 1928 version of the film, was incorporated into the soundtrack music following a best-selling version record by Mantovani making the charts in 1951.
This version uses almost no dialogue from the original play and was originally intended to be a musical.
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