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All Quiet on the Western Fron


all Quiet on the Western Fron

have bad memories of great works of literature they were made to read in school. 8 9 A fellow patient of Remarques in the military hospital in Duisburg objected to the negative depictions of the nuns and patients, and of the general portrayal of soldiers: There were soldiers to whom the protection of homeland, protection of house and homestead, protection. In October 1918, Paul is finally killed on a remarkably peaceful day. Around 2,000 extras were utilized during production. Two decades later, Milestone's wishes were finally granted when the United States Library of Congress undertook an exhaustive restoration of the film, which is vastly superior in sound and picture quality to most other extant prints, but because all complete prints of the film were. 1931 Kinema Junpo Award for Best Foreign Language Film Sound to Lewis Milestone 1990 National Film Registry American Film Institute recognition See also edit References edit a b c d e All Quiet on the Western Front, m; accessed March 24, 2014. 14 Television film edit Main article: All Quiet on the Western Front (1979 film) In 1979, the film was remade for CBS television by Delbert Mann, starring Richard Thomas of The Waltons as Paul Bäumer and Ernest Borgnine as Kat. "The Most Loved and Hated Novel About World War I". Paul later finds the watch and hands it over to Kemmerich's mother, only to lie and say Franz died instantly and painlessly when questioned.

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all Quiet on the Western Fron

They are then sent on what Paul calls a "good job." They must guard a supply depot in a village that was evacuated due to being shelled too heavily. After spending several days in a bunker under bombardment, they the Hampshire Breed at last move into the trenches and successfully repulse an enemy attack; they then counterattack and take an enemy trench with heavy casualties, but have to abandon. 17 Audiobooks edit In 2000, Recorded Books released an audiobook of the text, read by Frank Muller. They hear that they are to return to the front the next day and begin a semi-serious discussion about the causes of the war and of wars in general. Main characters edit Cover of first English language edition. On the train back home, Albert takes a turn for the worse and cannot complete the journey, instead being sent off the train to recuperate in a Catholic hospital. This scene is different from the book, and was inspired by an earlier scene showing a butterfly collection in Paul's home.


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