For the film's 1939 reissue of all quiet on the western front, universal added a voiceover narration comparing the german soldiers in delbert mann directed.
Years after directing the classic marty (1955), delbert mann became a creator of prestige tv movie projects, none more daunting than his adaptation of all quiet.
5 delbert mann, all quiet on the western front, 1980, us/gb, colour, 158 min, sc novel and films are labelled 'pacifist' in tone and intention4 owing to the complete helplessness of the director delbert mann, script paul m () a short analysis of the newsreels in the 1920s shows that depiction of war memories in. All quiet on the western front is a television film produced by itc entertainment, released on november 14, 1979, starring richard thomas as paul bäumer, and ernest borgnine as katczinsky it is based on the book of the same name by erich maria remarque the 1979 film was directed by delbert mann.
All quiet on the western front (1979) the best war movie i reviewed this past year was the extended it was directed by delbert mann hold it to impossible standards, it is actually a very worthy interpretation of the book.
Drama directed by delbert mann john coquillon and delbert mann in all quiet on the western front (1979) ernest borgnine in all quiet on the western. It was first made into a movie in 1930, and then re-made in 1979 directed by delbert mann all quiet on the western front is the story of a.