"He regarded the wounded soldiers in an envious way. He conceived persons with torn bodies to be peculiarly happy. He wished that he, too, had a wound, a red badge of courage." (Narration)
"Anyway, dyin's only dyin'. Supposin' you don't hear the birds sing tomorrow or see the sun go down, it's gonna happen anyway. And you know, son, that thought gave me peace of mind." (The Cheerful Soldier to The Youth)
"You talk like it was years ago, instead of day before yesterday..." (The Youth to The Loud Soldier)
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John Huston adapts and directs this tale of fear and bravery from Stephen Crane's novella. Audie Murphy, America's most decorated World War II hero, plays the untested youth first running from and later facing his fears, and G.I. cartoonist Bill Mauldin is his wise, easygoing pal.
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