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Paths of Glory (1957)

Episode #21

United Artists released Paths of Glory to theaters on December 25, 1957. Stanley Kubrick directed the film starring Kirk Douglas, Ralph Meeker, and Adolphe Menjou.

‘Paths of Glory’ Summary

In Paths of Glory, Stanley Kubrick explores the futility and irony of the war from the trenches of WWI. Colonel Dax is the commanding officer of the 701st Infantry Regiment in the French army. He must deal with not only mutiny from his men, but also a glory-seeking general after part of his force falls under fire in an impossible mission.

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United Artists released Paths of Glory to theaters on December 25, 1957. Stanley Kubrick directs the film which stars Kirk Douglas, Ralph Meeker, and Adolphe Menjou.

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  1. Hey Chris, when will Gallipoli be reviewed? Interesting choice. Also, any ETA on stagecoach? Since Lori said it’s in her top 100.

  2. Gallipoli will probably be reviewed at the end of the year for Lunchtime Movie Review. It’s one of the few war films I can watch over and over.

    Stagecoach we reviewed for Sunday Seconds with the Duke last October. You can listen to it here if you haven’t already heard it:

    As for reviewing it on Movie House Memories, it’s not going to be recorded and come out for a few years. We have it scheduled for August 1, 2019.

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