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None But the Lonely Heart (22-Sep-1944)

Director: Clifford Odets

Writer: Clifford Odets

From novel: None But the Lonely Heart by Richard Llewellyn

Music by: Hanns Eisler

Producer: David Hempstead

Keywords: Drama

Cockney drifter Ernie Mott settles down to help his mother run her secondhand furniture shop after he discovers she is ill. Though Ma has fenced goods at a low level for years, they are tempted with more such business, but even that may have a price. Uncharacteristic dramatic role for Cary Grant. Ethel Barrymore won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, after which she largely switched her career from stage to screen; the film received additional nominations for Best Actor, Best Score, and Best Editing.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ethel Barrymore
Actor
15-Aug-1879 18-Jun-1959 None But the Lonely Heart
Roman Bohnen
Actor
24-Nov-1894 24-Feb-1949 Of Mice and Men
George Coulouris
Actor
1-Oct-1903 25-Apr-1989 Watch on the Rhine
June Duprez
Actor
14-May-1918 30-Oct-1984 The Thief of Bagdad
Dan Duryea
Actor
23-Jan-1907 7-Jun-1968 The Little Foxes
Barry Fitzgerald
Actor
10-Mar-1888 14-Jan-1961 Going My Way
Cary Grant
Actor
18-Jan-1904 29-Nov-1986 North by Northwest
Jane Wyatt
Actor
12-Aug-1910 20-Oct-2006 Father Knows Best

CAST

Cary Grant   ...   Ernie Mott
with
Ethel Barrymore   ...   Ma Mott
and
Barry Fitzgerald   ...   Twite
June Duprez   ...   Ada
Jane Wyatt   ...   Aggie Hunter
George Coulouris   ...   Jim Mordinoy
Dan Duryea   ...   Len Tate
Roman Bohnen   ...   Dad Pettyjohn
Konstantin Shayne   ...   Ike Weber

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