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Mr. Skeffington (25-May-1944)

Director: Vincent Sherman

Writers: Julius J. Epstein; Philip G. Epstein; Elizabeth von Arnim

Music by: Franz Waxman

Producers: Julius J. Epstein; Philip G. Epstein

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Abel
Actor
6-Jun-1898 26-Mar-1987 The Three Musketeers
George Coulouris
Actor
1-Oct-1903 25-Apr-1989 Watch on the Rhine
Jerome Cowan
Actor
6-Oct-1897 24-Jan-1972 Miracle on 34th Street
Bette Davis
Actor
5-Apr-1908 6-Oct-1989 All About Eve
Claude Rains
Actor
10-Nov-1889 30-May-1967 The Invisible Man
Robert Shayne
Actor
4-Oct-1900 29-Nov-1992 Insp. Henderson on Adventures of Superman

CAST

Bette Davis   ...   Fanny Trellis
with
Claude Rains   ...   Job Skeffington
and
Walter Abel   ...   George Trellis
George Coulouris   ...   Dr. Byles
Richard Waring   ...   Trippy Trellis
Marjorie Riordan   ...   Fanny Junior
Robert Shayne   ...   MacMahon
John Alexander   ...   Jim Conderley
Jerome Cowan   ...   Ed Morrison
Johnny Mitchell   ...   Johnny Mitchell
Dorothy Peterson   ...   Manby
Peter Whitney   ...   Chester Forbish
Bill Kennedy   ...   Thatcher

REVIEWS

Review by jackie (posted on 18-Jun-2007)

I watched this at the weekend - and loved it - Bette Davis just grows on you the more you watch her in this movie - the end scene had me in tears even though it was totally melodramatic - this is the best i have ever seen Claude Rains - it makes you realise why he is such a revered actor - it was also quite laugh out loud funny at times. Brilliant.


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