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All Quiet on the Western Front


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starring Lew Ayres with Louis Wolheim
This presentation on Remembrance Sunday of probably the greatest war film ever produced will be of interest both to those who lived through the war and the young who know the First World War as merely an event in their history books.
For those with colour sets, we have reproduced for the first time the original tinted sequences from a contemporary print.
Screenplay by maxwell ANDERSON and GEORGE ABROTT , based on a story by ERICH MARIA Remarque Directed by LEWIS MILESTONE Produced by CARL LAEMMLE JR


Unknown: Lew Ayres
Unknown: Louis Wolheim
Unknown: Maxwell Anderson
Unknown: George Abrott
Story By: Erich Maria Remarque
Directed By: Lewis Milestone
Produced By: Carl Laemmle
Paul Baumer: Lew Ayres
Katczinsky: Louis Wolheim
Kimmelstoss: John Wray
Gerard Duval: Raymond Griffith
Tjarden: George ' Slim ' Summerville
Muller: Russell Gleason

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All Quiet on the Western Front

BBC One London, 8 November 1970 15.00

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