The Road to Glory

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original lobby card (1936)

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June Lang and Fredric March in a publicity still for The Road to Glory (1936)

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Fredric March in a publicity still for The Road to Glory (1936)

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original lobby card (1936)

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foreign lobby card for The Road to Glory (1936)

 

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Fredric March and June Lang in a screencap from The Road to Glory (1936).  Fredric had a great career before and after The Road to Glory, but June couldn’t capitalize on a fine performance in her big break.

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The stars of The Road to Glory (1936) in a publicity still.

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Warner Baxter, Gregory Ratoff and Fredric March are in the World War I trenches in a publicity still for The Road to Glory (1936).

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Fredric March in a screencap from The Road to Glory (1936), Howard Hawks’ return to 20th Century Fox, after directing eight silent films at the studio.  Like their neglect of Hawks’ silent films, The Road to Glory has never had a proper home video release, and is ripe for a restoration.

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Fredric March and Lionel Barrymore get down to shield themselves from the effects of World War I in a screencap from The Road to Glory (1936).

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Fredric March and June Lang in a publicity still for The Road to Glory (1936), Howard Hawks’ second World War I film, after The Dawn Patrol.  Today We Live is also set during World War I, but most of the film takes place with Joan Crawford back home in an unconvincing  England.  Air Force was his World War II film.

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Warner Baxter and June Lang in a publicity still for The Road to Glory (1936).

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Fredric March in a screencap from The Road to Glory (1936).  Two men and a girl is a common theme in Howard Hawks’ career, from A Girl in Every Port (1928) to El Dorado (1966).

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Howard Hawks on the set of The Road To Glory. This was the first time Hawks returned to Twentieth Century Fox since making all of his 8 silent films there,

Howard Hawks shares a meal with the cast and crew of The Road to Glory (1936) at 20th Century Fox studios.  He made all eight of his silent films for the studio, with this being his first sound film there.