"Here is a drama told with a praiseworthy sense of realism..."
The Eagle and The Hawk - Review is taken from 'The Films of Cary Grant' by Donald Deschner (1973):
"In The Eagle and The Hawk, John Monk Saunders has written a vivid and impressive account of the effect of battles in the clouds upon an American ace. It is, fortunately, devoid of the stereotyped ideas which have weakened most of such narratives. Here is a drama told with a praiseworthy sense of realism, and the leading role is portrayed very efficiently by Frederic March.
Stuart Walker's direction of this picture is thoroughly capable. Nothing appears to be overdone and no episode is too prolonged. Aside from the good work by Mr. March and Mr. Oakie, there are noteworthy impersonations by Cary Grant, Sir Guy Standing and Miss Lombard."
- Mordaunt Hall, The New York Times - Reviewer
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