Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
British screen comedienne Betty Balfour took a breather from her popular Squibs comedies to star in this slice-of-life melodrama opposite matinee-idol Stewart Rome. Reveille told a rather diffuse story of how World War I had affected a group of dissimilar people. Producer-director-writer George Pearson was more proud of this film than any of his other works, describing it as depicting the "victory of courage." Betty Balfour's immense popularity with British moviegoers ensured Reveille's success at the box-office.