Women of All Nations. 1931. USA. Directed by Raoul Walsh. With Victor McLaglen, Edmund Lowe, Greta Nissen, El Brendel, Mischa Auer, Bela Lugosi. 35mm. 72 min.
In Raoul Walsh’s second sequel to his runaway 1926 hit What Price Glory, Edmund Lowe and Victor McLaglen return as the hard-fightin’, hard-drinkin’, and hard-lovin’ Marines Quirt and Flagg, whose globe-trotting adventures take them this time to Sweden (where they compete for the affections of Greta Nissen), Panama (where they aid eartquake victims) and Egypt (where they tangle with Arab prince Bela Lugosi, who speaks Hungarian in lieu of Arabic). Restored print courtesy of the UCLA Film and Television Archive.