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Waterloo Bridge (17-May-1940)

Director: Mervyn LeRoy

Writers: S. N. Behrman; Hans Rameau; George Froeschel

From a play: Waterloo Bridge by Robert E. Sherwood

Musical Score: Herbert Stothart

Producer: Sidney Franklin

Keywords: Drama, WWII

An aspiring ballerina learns her fiancée has been killed in WWI, descends into poverty and becomes a prostitute to survive, and then encounters him by chance at Waterloo Bridge. Both Robert Taylor and Vivien Leigh considered this their best film. Nominated for Best Cinematography and Best Original Score Oscars.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steffi Duna
Actor
8-Feb-1910 22-Apr-1992 Hungarian-American character actress
Virginia Field
Actor
4-Nov-1917 2-Jan-1992 Waterloo Bridge
Vivien Leigh
Actor
5-Nov-1913 8-Jul-1967 Gone With The Wind
Maria Ouspenskaya
Actor
29-Jul-1876 3-Dec-1949 Waterloo Bridge
C. Aubrey Smith
Actor
21-Jul-1863 20-Dec-1948 The Four Feathers
Robert Taylor
Actor
5-Aug-1911 8-Jun-1969 Quo Vadis
Lucile Watson
Actor
27-May-1879 24-Jun-1962 Watch on the Rhine

CAST

Vivien Leigh   ...   Myra
Robert Taylor   ...   Roy Cronin
With
Lucile Watson   ...   Lady Margaret Cronin
Virginia Field   ...   Kitty
Maria Ouspenskaya   ...   Madame Olga Kirowa
C. Aubrey Smith   ...   The Duke
Janet Shaw   ...   Maureen
Janet Waldo   ...   Elsa
Steffi Duna   ...   Lydia
Virginia Carroll   ...   Sylvia
Leda Nicova   ...   Marie
Florence Baker   ...   Beatrice
Margery Manning   ...   Mary
Frances MacInerney   ...   Violet
Eleanor Stewart   ...   Grace

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