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My Foolish Heart (25-Dec-1949)

Director: Mark Robson

Writers: Julius J. Epstein; Philip G. Epstein

From short story: Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut by J. D. Salinger

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dana Andrews
Actor
1-Jan-1909 17-Dec-1992 The Best Years of Our Lives
Karin Booth
Actor
19-Jun-1916 27-Jul-2003 My Foolish Heart
Susan Hayward
Actor
30-Jun-1918 14-Mar-1975 I Want to Live!
Robert Keith
Actor
10-Feb-1896 22-Dec-1966 Guys and Dolls
Jessie Royce Landis
Actor
25-Nov-1896 2-Nov-1972 North by Northwest
Jerry Paris
Actor
25-Jul-1925 31-Mar-1986 Jerry Helper on The Dick Van Dyke Show
Gigi Perreau
Actor
6-Feb-1941   Has Anybody Seen My Gal
Kent Smith
Actor
19-Mar-1907 23-Apr-1985 Cat People

REVIEWS

Review by a shell (posted on 10-Jul-2007)

Dana Andrews and Susan Hayward were at their young best when they made this film. The plot is a little far fetched but the performances are so poignant and sweet that it makes up for anything that it may lack. Even the supporting characters are worth watching and enhance the movie. I especially loved the small part of the mother, who departed into another room and slammed the door whenever she didn't want to hear what was being said to her. I love this film and watch it whenever it is on T.V. It is fun to watch these wonderful actors in a story quite worthy of the telling, albeit a little unbelievable.


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