The New Pictures, Aug. 9, 1948

Beyond Glory (Paramount) is a canonization of West Point and Model Cadet Alan Ladd. At the start Ladd is accused by an ex-plebe (Conrad Janis) of hazing beyond the line of duty, and of lying to bring about the plebe's expulsion. As the story unravels in flashbacks, things look pretty black for the hero. Before he came to West Point he fought in World War II, and apparently his best friend died in battle because Ladd was a c-w-rd. And now Ladd is engaged to the poor fellow's widow (Donna Reed). But by the...

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