See Here, Private Hargrove

Synopsis: Journalist Marion Hargrove enters the Army intending to supplement his income by writing about his training experiences. He muddles through basic training at Fort Bragg with the self-serving help of a couple of buddies intent on cutting themselves in on that extra income.
Genre: Comedy, Romance, War
 
IMDB:
6.4
PASSED
Year:
1944
101 min
18 Views


there is a reason

for everything.

If you treat the army right,

it'll treat you right.

Now raise your right hands,

say "I," and your names...

[Recruits say names]

And repeat after me.

"Do solemnly swear that I

will bear true faith..."

"Do solemnly swear that I

will bear true faith..."

"And allegiance to the

United States of America..."

"And allegiance to the

United States of America..."

"That I will serve them

honestly and faithfully..."

"That I will serve them

honestly and faithfully..."

"Against all our

enemies whomsoever..."

"Against all our

enemies whomsoever..."

"That I will obey the orders

of the president of

the United States..."

"And that I will obey the orders of the

president of the United States..."

"And the orders of the

officers appointed over me..."

"And the orders of the

officers appointed over me..."

"According to the rules

and articles of war."

"According to the rules

and articles of war."

First officer:
At ease!

Second officer:
At ease!

[All talking at once]

Detail attention!

I guess he only...

shut up, you two!

What do I do now?

All right, men. Pick

out your bunks!

[Noisy clamor]

Ohh!

Oh, a bed!

Man:
Hut!

On your feet. At attention!

Boy, what a sleep we just had.

No talking.

Take off those hats!

At ease, men.

Sergeant:
You don't

sit when at ease!

This'll be your

barracks, your home.

See to it it's kept

clean at all times.

Yes, sir.

Don't speak unless

you're spoken to.

[Whispering]:
Yes, sir.

Sergeant, see that these men

are instructed in making beds.

Sergeant:
Yes, sir.

Before you men get to

sleep in these beds,

you might as well know

how to make them.

Corporal? Show the men

how to make an army bed.

All right, men...

Better take a good

peek at this,

you'll be doing it

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Harry Kurnitz

Harry Kurnitz (January 5, 1908 – March 18, 1968) was an American playwright, novelist, and prolific screenwriter who wrote swashbucklers for Errol Flynn and comedies for Danny Kaye. He also wrote some mystery fiction under the name Marco Page. more…

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