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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: [Referring to the many soldiers in sick bay] The Moro that struck Captain Manning down struck them down too, but not with a bolo. They're down with a disease medicine can't cure.
Capt. Steve Hartley: They'll be all right when they learn how to use a gun, when they're properly drilled!
Dr. Bill Canavan: The trouble is that you're trying to drill things into them when you should be drilling things out of them. What good's a gun when your finger's so paralyzed with fright that you can't pull a trigger?


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.
David Niven felt badly miscast in the film, and did not even attempt an American accent.
The New York Times reported that the dam destruction scene had to be re-shot, costing more than $10,000.
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Also released in 1939




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