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Poppies of Flanders
Powerful wartime drama that sees rivals in love becoming comrades-in-arms in the trenches of the Western Front.
War 1928 122 mins
This powerful WWI drama, inspired by the famous John McCrae poem In Flanders Fields, sees rivals in love become comrades-in-arms in the bloodstained trenches of the Western Front. Sapper (creator of Bulldog Drummond) used the poem for inspiration in his story of a lonely, drunken ex-Guardsman finding a reason to live again through the love of a good woman. But she has eyes for another and fate finally draws them together on the battlefields of Flanders. A heartrending fusion of love and war.
- United Kingdom
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