All Quiet On the Western Front 1930 Film | Best Picture Oscar Winner

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All Quiet On the Western Front plot from IMDb: "A German youth eagerly enters World War I, but his enthusiasm wanes as he gets a firsthand view of the horror."

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Directed by Lewis Milestone

Produced by Carl Laemmle Jr.

Written by Maxwell Anderson (adaptation & dialogue), George Abbott (screenplay), Del Andrews (adaptation), C. Gardner Sullivan (supervising story chief)

Based on All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

Music by David Broekman

Cinematography: Arthur Edeson

Edited by Edgar Adams, Milton Carruth (silent version, uncredited)

Production company: Universal Studios

Distributed by Universal Pictures

Release date: April 21, 1930 (US)

Running time: 152 minutes, 133 minutes (restored)

Budget: $1.2 million

Box office: $1,634,000 (US rentals), $3 million (worldwide rentals)

Cast and Characters:

Lew Ayres as Paul Bäumer

Louis Wolheim as Stanislaus Katczinsky

John Wray as Himmelstoss

Arnold Lucy as Professor Kantorek

Ben Alexander as Franz Kemmerich

Scott Kolk as Leer

Owen Davis, Jr. as Peter

William Bakewell as Albert Kropp

Russell Gleason as Müller

Richard Alexander as Westhus

Harold Goodwin as Detering

Slim Summerville as Tjaden

Walter Browne Rogers as Behn

G. Pat Collins as Lieutenant Bertinck

Edmund Breese as Herr Meyer, the Stammtisch speaker

Beryl Mercer as Frau Bäumer, Paul's mother

Marion Clayton as Erna, Paul's sister (uncredited)

Heinie Conklin as Joseph Hammacher (uncredited)

Bertha Mann as Sister Libertine, nurse (uncredited)

Raymond Griffith as the killed French soldier (uncredited)

William Irving as Ginger, the army cook (uncredited)

Yola d'Avril as Suzanne (uncredited)

Edwin Maxwell as Herr Bäumer (uncredited)

Bodil Rosing as Mother of hospital patient (uncredited)

Maurice Murphy as Soldier (uncredited)

Arthur Gardner as classroom student (uncredited) (at the time of his death in December 2014, he was the last surviving member of the cast or crew)

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