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Winter Meeting (7-Apr-1948)

Director: Bretaigne Windust

Writer: Catherine Turney

From novel by: Grace Zaring Stone

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Baldwin
Actor
2-Jan-1889 27-Jan-1977 The Best Years of Our Lives
Florence Bates
Actor
15-Apr-1888 31-Jan-1954 The Moon and Sixpence
Bette Davis
Actor
5-Apr-1908 6-Oct-1989 All About Eve
Jim Davis
Actor
26-Aug-1909 26-Apr-1981 Jock Ewing on Dallas
Woody Herman
Jazz Musician
16-May-1913 29-Oct-1987 1940s Big Band leader, jazz clarinetist
John Hoyt
Actor
5-Oct-1905 15-Sep-1991 Attack of the Puppet People
Janis Paige
Actor
16-Sep-1922   Please Don't Eat the Daisies

CAST

Bette Davis   ...   Susan Grieve
Janis Paige   ...   Peggy Markham
Jim Davis   ...   Slick Novak
John Hoyt   ...   Stacy Grant
Florence Bates   ...   Mrs. Castle
Walter Baldwin   ...   Mr. Castle
Ransom Sherman   ...   Mr. Roderick Moran, Jr.
Woody Herman   ...   Himself

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 22-Apr-2006)

I absolutely loved this movie! Jim Davis was one of the most handsome men I have ever seen and Bette Davis was my favorite actress. I loved this movie because I was 10 years old when I first saw it and somehow it appealed to me. Next time I saw it I was in a relationship with a man who also wanted to become a priest which I didn't know at the time I was dating him, but found out later. This was in the 1960s. I loved the country house and all the talks they had. It's in a time period when the WW 2 was over and times were not so intense. I would love to buy this movie and see it over and over again.


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