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From Here to Eternity

Cast
Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clift, Deborah Kerr, Donna Reed, Frank Sinatra, Philip Ober, Mickey Shaughnessy, Harry Bellaver, Ernest Borgnine, Jack Warden, Claude Akins, Willis Bouchey, John L. Cason, James Jones, George Reeves, Joseph Sargent, Robert J. Wilke, Jean Willes, Carleton Young
Released
1953
George Reeves
Spoiler alert
Blog entry

Drill Sgt. Dhom tells the new infantryman, “Prewitt, you march like a drunken gooney bird.” (0:16)

Pvt. Maggio asks a sergeant, “Are you crazy?” (0:18)

Maggio tells Prewitt, “A woman sees a soldier, and like that she figures he’s drunk.”
Club hostess Mrs. Kipfer: “Heavy drinking just doesn’t mix with the entertainment business.” (0:28)

Capt. Holmes’ wife Karen tells Sgt. Warden, “You must be crazy.”
Referring to her husband: “He was drunk when he came in at 5 A.M.” (0:36)

Club girl Lorene tells Maggio, “No thanks, I don’t drink.” (0:41)

Maggio asks Prewitt, “Can’t a man get drunk” (1:05)

Holmes’ secretary Pvt. Mazzioli, referring to Maggio: “All he did was to get drunk.” (1:06)

Prewitt tells Lorene (now Alma), referring to Maggio and Alma’s roommate Georgette, “He’ll be crazy about her.” (1:09)

Warden tells Karen, “You’re crazy.” (1:12)

Supply Sgt. Leva tells Prewitt and Warden, “You two dumb, crazy screwballs...”
Warden, referring to Maggio: “He’s dead.” (1:28)

Warden starts to tell Karen, “Robert E. Lee Prewitt, a crazy, no good...” (1:41)

Soldier referring to Pvt. Friday, the bugler, “Friday’s gone crazy.” (1:48)

Georgette tells Prewitt, “The town’s a madhouse.” (1:49)

Warden tends to Prewitt’s body. (1:54)

Alma tells Karen, referring to Prewitt, “You see, my fiance was killed on December seventh.” (1:56)