Paths of Glory
The futility and irony of the war in the trenches in WWI is shown as a unit commander in the French army must deal with the mutiny of his men and a glory-seeking general after part of his force falls back under fire in an impossible attack.
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Writer: Stanley Kubrick (screenplay), Calder Willingham (screenplay), Jim Thompson (screenplay), Humphrey Cobb (based on the novel "Paths of Glory" by)
Production: United Artists
Released: 01 Nov 1957
Awards: Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 5 wins & 2 nominations.
Movie Video Clips
Gentlemen of the court
I'm not afraid of dying tomorrow
If those little sweethearts won't face...
We have orders to move back to the front...
I can't understand these armchair...
War began between Germany and France on...
How far did you advance
Too much has happened
Col. Dax - Kirk Douglas
Cpl. Philippe Paris - Ralph Meeker
Gen. George Broulard - Adolphe Menjou
Gen. Paul Mireau - George Macready
Lt. Roget - Wayne Morris
Maj. Saint-Auban - Richard Anderson
Pvt. Pierre Arnaud - Joe Turkel
German Singer - Christiane Kubrick
Proprietor of Cafe - Jerry Hausner
Narrator of Opening Sequence - Peter Capell
Father Dupree - Emile Meyer
Sgt. Boulanger - Bert Freed
Pvt. Lejeune - Kem Dibbs
Pvt. Maurice Ferol - Timothy Carey
Shell-Shocked Soldier - Fred Bell
Capt. Rousseau - Battery Commander - John Stein
Capt. Nichols - Artillery Spotter - Harold Benedict
Capt. Sancy - Leon Briggs
Maj. Gouderc - Paul Bös
Small Role (unconfirmed) - Herbert Ellis
Col. De Guerville - Wally Friedrichs
Doctor - Halder Hanson
Private in the Attack - James B. Harris
K.P. - Rolf Kralovitz
Capt. Renouart - Ira Moore
Pvt. Duval - Marshall Rainer
Cafe Owner - Roger Vagnoid