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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

The Eve of St. Mark (1944) DVD-R

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Starring Anne Baxter, William Eythe, Michael O'Shea, Vincent Price, Ruth Nelson

Directed by John M. Stahl



Print: black/white

Runtime: 96 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Maxwell Anderson's Broadway play Eve of St. Mark is here brought to the screen by 20th

Century-Fox. William Eythe and Anne Baxter are young lovers whose plans for the future are

interrupted by the pre-war military draft. Eythe is shipped to the Philippines, where he is

trapped on a small and desolate island after reinforcements are called away by the attack

on Pearl Harbor. Down but not out, Eythe and his buddies undergo numerous grueling and

uplifting experiences. The boy is sustained by Anne's letters from home, which give the

courage to persevere. The film ends with the boy's ultimate fate still unresolved, a reflection

of the fact that the war was far from over in 1944. Eve of St. Mark features Vincent Price in

the uncharacteristic role of a poetic Georgia private.

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Starring Anne Baxter, William Eythe, Michael O'Shea, Vincent Price, Ruth Nelson
Directed by John M. Stahl

Print: black/white
Runtime: 96 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Maxwell Anderson's Broadway play Eve of St. Mark is here brought to the screen by 20th
Century-Fox. William Eythe and Anne Baxter are young lovers whose plans for the future are
interrupted by the pre-war military draft. Eythe is shipped to the Philippines, where he is
trapped on a small and desolate island after reinforcements are called away by the attack
on Pearl Harbor. Down but not out, Eythe and his buddies undergo numerous grueling and
uplifting experiences. The boy is sustained by Anne's letters from home, which give the
courage to persevere. The film ends with the boy's ultimate fate still unresolved, a reflection
of the fact that the war was far from over in 1944. Eve of St. Mark features Vincent Price in
the uncharacteristic role of a poetic Georgia private.

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