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Beyond Glory is a spectacular production, based upon the movie of the same name directed by John Farrow and produced by Robert Fellows. The movie’s screenplay, by William Wister Haines, Charles Marquis Warren and Jonathan Latiner has inspired that of the live production a lot, as many who have seen it live with Beyond Glory tickets testify. The movie starred Alan Ladd and Donna Reed in the main roles, with music by Victor Young, cinematography by John Seitz and editing by Eda Warren.
The live production of Beyond Glory takes a lot from the movie of the same name which was released to the public by Paramount Pictures in 1948. An eighty two minted long movie, it became wildly popular in the US and remains today as one of the greatest classics of what was a golden era in American film. It follows the story of a soldier who is filled with guilt and responsibility, thinking that he was the cause of his commander’s death in a Tunisian campaign.
To that, Beyond Glory’s main star and a soldier visits the widow of his commander and ends up falling in love with her. She then urges him to join the US Military Academy, then located at West Point. This was the movie that also kickstarted Audie Murphy’s career as a movie star, then playing the role of a cadet named Thomas. The story follows on to a court martial and compounds upon the guilt he suffers, to an end that has been widely lauded as enthralling.
The movie starred many famous movie stars including George Macready, George Coulouris, Henry Travers, Conrad Janis, Tom Neal and Audie Murphy. It received rave reviews in The New York Times with the performance of Alan Ladd praised as that of Donna Reed as the officer’s widow. It is therefore hardly a surprise that many have already bought Beyond Glory tickets, having already watched the movie and impatiently waiting for it to be brought to life on the stage.