One of Walls and Lynn's better British comedies, FOR VALOR (the inscription on the Victoria Cross) begins during the Boer War with foot soldier Walls saving the life of his major, Lynn. The grateful Lynn puts Walls in for a Victoria Cross, but his well-intended actions result in Walls'
one-way trip back to England to be tried for various crimes he committed while a civilian. Lynn searches the British prisons for his hero and finally spots him recruiting doughboys for WW I. Lynn offers to raise Walls' boy (who has been a discipline problem) along with his own grandson (who is a
goody-goody), in the hope that the good kid will have an influence on the bad one. Twenty...