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Sergeant York was an enormously successful motion picture (both with critics and audiences). In fact, it was the highest grossing film of 1941, and according to Box Office Mojo, the 105th highest grossing film of all time when adjusted for inflation. It was nominated for eleven Academy Awards, winning two - a well deserved Best Actor for Gary Cooper as well as an Oscar for Best Film Editing. 0.
Alvin York of Tennessee was a simple backwoods farm boy who liked a drink and a scrap, then one day, fuelled by drink and anger in his heart, an event gave him religion and a new found respect for life. However, the advent of World War 1, and his subsequent call to duty, tore his pacifist state of mind apart, torn between a patriotic sense of duty and his religious beliefs, Alvin York of.
On October 8, 1918, after being pinned down in an attempt to capture a narrow-gauge railroad, York took his fateful walk into history. As the company sharpshooter, he and 16 other soldiers under the command of Acting Sergeant Bernard Early were given the unenviable task of silencing the machine guns that halted the advance the day before. It was a cold, wet morning.
Sergeant York, American war film, released in 1941, that was noted for Gary Cooper’s Academy Award-winning portrayal of Alvin York, one of the most decorated and celebrated American heroes of World War I. The inspirational film, directed by Howard Hawks and cowritten by John Huston, was nominated.
Financial analysis of Sergeant York (1941) including budget, domestic and international box office gross, DVD and Blu-ray sales reports, total earnings and profitability.
Sergeant York is the 1941 historical war drama that has become a respected classic, from one of the premiere entertainers of his or any day, director Howard Hawks (Rio Bravo, Only Angels Have.
The new Sergeant York: Of God and Country is a making-of piece that can't help but declare that the movie has a timeless philosophy, as opposed to a specific propaganda function when it was made. It gives an impressive account of the anti-Semitic Dies committee's attempt to stop Hollywood's pro-interventionist filmmaking. But it did confuse me on one point by saying that the studio withdrew.