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Paths of Glory [Blu-ray]

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Features

ActorGeorge Macready; Adolphe Menjou; Kirk Douglas; Wayne Morris; Ralph Meeker
Audience RatingNR (Not Rated)
BindingBlu-ray
Catalog Number ListCatalog Number List Element: IMT978997BR
CreatorJames B. Harris
DirectorStanley Kubrick
EAN9345228001479
EAN ListEAN List Element: 9345228001479
FormatMultiple Formats; Blu-ray; Import
GenreDrama
LabelVisual Entertainment Group
ManufacturerVisual Entertainment Group
MPNIMT978997BR
Number Of Discs1
Number Of Items1
Package DimensionsHeight: 58; Length: 710; Weight: 18; Width: 542
Part NumberIMT978997BR
Product GroupDVD
Product Type NameABIS_DVD
PublisherVisual Entertainment Group
Release Date2013-07-09
Running Time87
StudioVisual Entertainment Group
TitlePaths of Glory [Blu-ray]

On July 9, 2013, Visual Entertainment Group released Paths of Glory on Blu-ray. 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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On July 9, 2013, Visual Entertainment Group released Paths of Glory on Blu-ray. Stanley Kubrick directed the film starring Kirk Douglas, Ralph Meeker, and Adolphe Menjou.

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