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Sergeant York (1941)The movie follows Prize-winning Tennessee marksman Alvin York who was recruited to fight in WWI. Being torn between his non-violent beliefs and his desire to serve his country, Alvin still ends up becoming a war hero.
Actors of "Sergeant York (1941)"
Characters of "Sergeant York (1941)"
Directors of "Sergeant York (1941)"Howard HawksBirthdate: 30 May 1896, Goshen, Indiana, USA
Creators of "Sergeant York (1941)"Abem FinkelBirthdate: 6 December 1889, New York City, New York, USAHarry ChandleeBirthdate: 7 December 1882, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Critic Reviews of "Sergeant York (1941)"New York TimesMay 20, 2003
The performance of Gary Cooper in the title role holds the picture together magnificently, and even the most unfavorable touches are made palatable because of him.Chicago ReaderJanuary 01, 2000
The first half is quite good, documenting York's rural upbringing with great simplicity and charm. But the second part -- the war -- degenerates quickly and grotesquely.Antagony & EcstasyJune 07, 2014
Even given a nest of flaws, the basic arc works beautifully: Cooper's abashed, aw-shucks demeanor is a perfect fit for the part.Video-Reviewmaster.comFebruary 22, 2008
Moving, memorable, great Warner Bros. biography of WWI hero York, with fine Cooper performance--an Oscar winner.Combustible CelluloidNovember 12, 2006
Sergeant York brought him Hawks one and only Oscar nomination for Best Director, and it's arguably his least interesting film.Movie MetropolisNovember 09, 2006
This is one of those movies where the star appears to have been born to play the role.EmanuelLevy.ComSeptember 27, 2006
Setting a precedent by preseting the saga of a celeb sill alive, the Hawks biopic is a tale of transformation of an obscure Tennessee hillbilly into a national hero, thus showing the validity of the democratic credo that heroes are not born but made.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsMay 27, 2006
Nothing to get upset about, but also not much to get excited about.Goatdog's MoviesDecember 12, 2004
The breathless pace, the good script, and the mostly fine performances made me more forgiving of the dated aspects of this film. Overall, though, it's Gary Cooper's film.Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)November 25, 2002
First-class Hawks biopic on the WWI hero.Boxoffice MagazineJune 05, 2002
Sergeant York is a quadruple 'A' attraction, destined to go many places and leaving complete satisfaction in its wake.
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