A Farewell to Arms (1932 film)

1932 American romance drama film directed by Frank Borzage

A Farewell to Arms is a 1932 film about an American ambulance driver and an English nurse who fall in love in Italy during World War I.

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Directed by Frank Borzage. Written by Benjamin Glazer, based on the novel by Ernest Hemingway.
The Greatest Love Story of the War.  (taglines)

DialogueEdit

Rinaldi: I will see you are decorated for bravery. Perhaps we can get you the medalgio d'argento. But certainly the bronze one. Did you carry somebody out of battle?
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: I didn't carry anyone. I couldn't move.
Rinaldi: Surely there was something heroic. Tell me what you did.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: I was blown up eating cheese.

Lieutenant Frederic Henry: We've never been apart, really. Not since we met.
Catherine Barkley: Not since we met.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: And never can be.
Catherine Barkley: Never apart.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: In life and in death. Say it Cat.
Catherine Barkley: In life and in death, we'll never be parted.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: You do believe that, don't you, Cat?
Catherine Barkley: I believe it, and I'm not afraid.

TaglinesEdit

  • Here is Ernest Hemmingway's Greatest Novel!
  • Unforgettable Story of Undaunted Love!
  • The Greatest Love Story of the War.

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