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We're in the Legion Now!

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We're in the Legion Now
Film poster
Directed byCrane Wilbur
Written byJ.D. Newsom (story "The Rest Cure")
Roger Whately (screenplay)
Crane Wilbur (additional dialogue)
Produced byGeorge A. Hirliman (producer)
Charles J. Hunt (associate producer)
Louis Rantz (associate producer)
StarringSee below
CinematographyMack Stengler
Edited byTony Martinelli
Distributed byGrand National Films Inc.
Release date
  • 1936 (1936)
Running time
56 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

We're in the Legion Now is a 1936 American adventure comedy film directed by Crane Wilbur and shot in Magnacolor. The film is also known as The Rest Cure (American reissue title), which was the title of the 1934 original J.D. Newsom story the film was based on.[1][2]

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Plot

Two petty criminals are pursued by a gangster from the United States to Paris, France, where they enlist into the French Foreign Legion to escape. After being drafted to a garrison in North Africa, they fall foul of military authority and are sent to a sadistic punishment camp, where they lead an insurrection against its commanding officer, and then help to defeat a native Mohammedan revolt.

Cast

See also

References

  1. ^ "Pulp Flakes: J. D. Newsom – Obituary in the New York Times (April 27 1954)". 6 July 2013.
  2. ^ "Legion Pulp: All You do is Fight!". 15 January 2012.

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