The Road to Glory

June Lang and Warner Baxter in a screencap from The Road to Glory (1936)

The Road to Glory

Howard Hawks in the director’s chair on the set of The Road to Glory (1936) with Warner Baxter, June Lang and an unnamed woman.

The Road to Glory (1926)

May McAvoy in a publicity still for The Road to Glory (1926), Howard Hawks’ lost first film as a director.

The Road to Glory

Howard Hawks in the director’s chair on the set of The Road to Glory (1936) with Warner Baxter, June Lang, and an unknown woman.

The Road to Glory

The Road to Glory (1936) was Howard Hawks’ return to 20th Century Fox Pictures after directing eight silent films at the studio in the 20s.

The Road to Glory

Warner Baxter and Victor Killian in an original publicity still for The Road to Glory (1936).  Victor was also in Howard Hawks’ Only Angels Have Wings.

The Road to Glory

The Road to Glory (1936) was Howard Hawks’ return to the war genre, after his first sound film, The Dawn Patrol (1930)

The Road to Glory

Fredric March, Lionel Barrymore and Warner Baxter in a publicity still for The Road to Glory (1936).  All three actors were big stars at the time.

The Road to Glory

foreign poster for The Road to Glory (1936)

The Road to Glory

The Road to Glory was Howard Hawks’ second of three films released in 1936, after Ceiling Zero and before Come and Get It.

The Road to Glory

Howard Hawks directing Fredric March, Lionel Barrymore and Warner Baxter in The Road to Glory (1936)

The Road to Glory

original lobby card for The Road to Glory (1936)

The Road to Glory

original insert poster for The Road to Glory (1936)

The Road to Glory

foreign poster for The Road to Glory (1936)

The Road to Glory

The Road to Glory (1926) was Howard Hawks’ first credit as director.  He was also credited with the original story.  While he usually had a hand in the story and script, this is his only on screen credit as writer and director.  Previous to his first director credit, he did have a few story credits.