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What Next, Corporal Hargrove? (21-Nov-1945)

Director: Richard Thorpe

Writers: Marion Hargrove (characters); Harry Kurnitz (story and screenplay)

Keywords: Comedy

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REVIEWS

Review by Strawberry (posted on 15-Feb-2005)

This mildly amusing World War II comedy received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay. It was a sequel to the better film See Here, Private Hargrove where Pvt. Hargrove balanced Basic Training and his girlfriend, played by Donna Reed.

In this film Marion Hargrove has been shipped to France, just after D-Day, and promoted to Corporal. He is with the same group of men, now handling artillery. Again, he is constantly in trouble, but in this film he doesn't have to wash out garbage cans. Now he has to dig: ditches, foxholes, garbage pits. He wants to remain faithful to his girlfriend back home, Carol, but a French mayor's daughter has her eye on this liberater.


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