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1931 War Movies

Public list by WPS with 7 movies or TV shows/series

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The Burning Mountains(1931)

1h 42min | War

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Sniper(1932)

1h 14min | War
2.9/5 (with 2 votes)

During World War 1 a Russian soldier (Pyotr Sobolevsky) serves in Russian Expeditionary Force in France where he is chosen for his marksmanship and trained as a skilled sniper. After the Russian revolution the soldier returns home while his commander (Boris Shlikhting) fights against the Soviet Russia. In 1930 the former soldier works on a factory and also he is the instructor in shooting club. Once the town that is near the Soviet border is attacked by foreign troops (the hostile state isn't named but the uniform of the soldiers resembles Finnish). The character meets againt with his former commander who serves in invading forces.

Directed by Semyon Timoshenko - With Pyotr Sobolevsky, Boris Shlikhting, Pyotr Kirillov

Yorck(1931)

1h 43min

The story of General Yorck von Wartenburg, a commander in the army of Prussian King Wilhelm, who defied the king's orders for the Prussian army to join Napoleon in his invason of Russia.

Mountains on Fire(1931)

1h 34min | Drama, War
3.0/5 (with 2 votes)

Two of Germany's best and busiest directors collaborated on Berge in Flammen (Mountain in Flames). The storyline should be of interest to pro-ecologists, inasmuch as the directors take to task the warmongers of the world for despoiling the natural beauties of the European mountain ranges with their shell-fire. The final outrage occurs during a battle between the Austrians and the Italians in the Dolomites, culminating with the destruction of an entire mountain (hence the film's title). The harrowing images on screen were complemented perfectly by the musical score of Giuseppe Beece. Also known as The Doomed Batallion, Berge in Flammen was filmed in three different languages -- German, English, French -- for a total cost of $150,000.

The Other Side(1931)

1h 47min | War, Drama
3.5/5 (with 1 vote)

The First World War. The young, English Lieutenant Raleigh is sent to the company of a disillusioned Captain Stanhope. Stanhope is secretly engaged to Raleigh's sister and is intent on protecting his image of an exemplary officer. An attack on the German lines, in which Raleigh also takes part, has turned into a bloody fiasco. Now Raleigh, too, knows the horrors of war, which have already taken their toll on Stanhope.

Beyond Victory(1931)

1h 10min | Drama, War

Four battle-weary American soldiers under fire reflect on the women they left behind.

Directed by John S. Robertson - With William Boyd

Hell on Earth(1931)

1h 33min
2.8/5 (with 2 votes)

Hell on Earth (German: Niemandsland) is a 1931 German film directed by Victor Trivas. The film is also known as No Man's Land in France.

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