Shell 43 is a 1916 American war film written by C. Gardner Sullivan, from a story by Edward Sloman, and starring H.B. Warner, Enid Markey, and John Gilbert.
An English spy (played by H.B. Warner) works behind German lines during World War I. He saves the life of a German officer and is killed in a German trench by an Allied shell.
|author||C. Gardner Sullivan|
|keywords||german officer kill world war i|
|producer||Thomas H. Ince|