Overview

A tale of the love between ambulance driver Lt. Henry and Nurse Catherine Barkley during World War I. The action takes place in Italy and the two fall in love during the war and will stop at nothing to be together.

  1. Benjamin Glazer

    Screenplay

  2. Oliver H.P. Garrett

    Screenplay

  3. Ernest Hemingway

    Novel

  4. Frank Borzage

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Helen Hayes

    Helen Hayes

    Catherine Barkley

  2. Gary Cooper

    Gary Cooper

    Lt. Frederic Henry

  3. Adolphe Menjou

    Adolphe Menjou

    Major Rinaldi

  4. Mary Philips

    Mary Philips

    Helen Ferguson

  5. Jack La Rue

    Jack La Rue

    Priest

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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 8, 1932
    PG
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    Some material may not be suitable for children under 10. These films may contain some mild language, crude/suggestive humor, scary moments and/or violence. No drug content is present. There are a few exceptions to this rule. A few racial insults may also be heard.

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 29m

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