The Best Years of Our Lives

1946

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172 Min

The Best Years of Our Lives

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The Best Years of Our Lives is a classic film from director Williams Wyler about three war veterans. The film earned seven Oscars in 1946.

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Released:
Nov 21st, 1946
Budget:
$2,100,000.00
Revenue:
$44,050,000.00
Country:
USA

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- Harold Russell's character was originally written as a war veteran suffering from combat trauma. This was changed to a physical disability when Russell joined the cast.

- In order to give the film a documentary-style realism, the director drew each member of the crew - props, grips, mixers, etc. - from the ranks of WWII veterans.

- Writer Robert E. Sherwood had been the head of the Office of War Information during the Second World War, one of the reasons why Samuel Goldwyn approached him to write the script.

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