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Taylor and Sullavan have great chemistry.
Director Frank Borzage would light up and close in on her pretty smiling face and her breathy, husky voice would give cheeriness in an otherwise tempestous period.
Although all three of them love Sullavan, it's a testament to their friendship that when she decides to marry Taylor, the other two are actually happy for him.
This movie is in good condition. This is a very good movie. I love this type of movie.Published 3 months ago by Debby S. Verrett
Three Comrades is a movie about friendship and love in a difficult time after WW1. Director Borzage, known for
romantic movies, is doing very well, only the end is too... Read more
In 1938, the political situation in Europe was rapidly deteriorating as the maniacal demon Adolph Hitler cast the black veil of Nazism across the continent first with the Anschluss... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Classic film buff
The actors were better than the plot or vice-versa. I'll keep it in my library, and probably will see it again.Published 24 months ago by Michael Destefano
Wanted to know this before purchasing. Warner Bros. digital copy doesn't have either as far as I know (and I've bought some of them to my chagrin)Published on March 29, 2012 by Amazon Customer
How does one not fall in love with Margaret Sullavan? The husky calm of her unique voice could invoke so many emotional inflections that combined with her will-o'-the-wisp beauty... Read morePublished on October 18, 2011 by Ed Uyeshima
The movie was fine, I kind of knew what to expct, being I read most of the book already by Remarque, a great writer, I guess I expected more from the movie, but all in all it was... Read morePublished on October 5, 2010 by A GOOD POET & READER
The DVD was bought for my 86 year old father-in-law and it has made him very happy.Published on April 22, 2010 by Mr. Paul H. Green
THREE COMRADES (1938)
Featuring a wonderful and thoughtful screenplay by F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapted from the novel by WW1 veteran Erich Maria Remarque. Read more