Universal Pictures released All Quiet on the Western Front on August 24, 1930. Lewis Milestone directed the film which starred Lew Ayres, Louis Wolheim, and John Wray.
‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ Movie Summary
All Quiet on the Western Front is ans epic World War I film is based upon German writer Erich Maria Remarque’s book from when he was actually a young German soldier in the trenches. The title relates to the press coverage of the war, detailing the horrors of the Eastern Front but not reporting the negativity on the Western lines.
The lead actors in order of billing are Lewis Ayres (Paul), Louis Wolheim (Kat), John Wray (Himmelstoss), Arnold Lucy (Professor Kantorek), Ben Alexander (Franz Kemmerich), Scott Kolk (Leer), Owen Davis (Peter), William Bakewell (Albert Kropp) and Walter Rogers (Behn) who has the film poster as his IMDB photo.Read the full summary
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