Artikelnummer 4591


George O'brien Cadet John Randall Helen Chandler Nancy Wayne Frank Albertson Midshipman Albert Edward Price William Janney Midshipman Frank Randall Clifford Dempsey Major General Somers, U.S.A. Lumsden Hare Rear Admiral Randall, U.S.N. Joyce Compton Marian Wilson David Butler Navy coach Stepin Fetchit Smoke Screen Rex Bell Cadet John Breeden Midshipman John Wayne Ward Bond Football players; Harold Lloyd The Boy Ernest Morrison Small Boy Mildred Davis The Girl Fred McPherson The Rival Wally Howe Wedding Guest Bob O'Connor Photographer

SALUTE (1929):

The traditional service rivalry between West Point and Annapolis is typified by two patriarchs, Major General Somers and Rear Admiral Randall, who happen to be the grandfathers of the Randall boys: John, a cadet and ballplayer for the Army, and Paul, who is on his way to the Naval Academy. He arrives at Annapolis and falls prey to the traditional hazing and then some. Midshipman Albert Edward Price adds to his misery, subjecting him to the rigors of initiation, and Paul despondently leaves school; but his desertion is reversed by the pleadings of Helen Chandler, his sweetheart.

DVD-R has English intertitles with no subtitles. Approx. 84 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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The Boy has a dream in which he learns that his sweetheart is marrying another man that very afternoon. Intending to stop the wedding, he arrives at the church only to see the newly-wedded couple emerge. The crestfallen Boy wakes up. He telephones The Girl to make sure he was only dreaming. The Girl confirms this, but she's upset that The Boy has not yet arrived to play an important role as a masked swordsman at an amateur theatrical she is producing. The Boy gets his prized automobile from storage and encounters numerous difficulties in trying to get to the theater on time for the performance. 

DVD-R is in English with switchable no subtitles. Approx. 25 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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