So Well Remembered (1947)
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So Well Remembered was the first of a proposed series of Anglo-American co-productions underwritten by Hollywood's RKO Radio Pictures and England's J. Arthur Rank. In one of his better postwar roles, John Mills stars as George Boswell, the editor of the newspaper in the small English mining town of Bowdley. Tirelessly fighting for fairer treatment and better working conditions for the miners, Boswell is sidetracked by his covetous, ambitious wife Olivia (Martha Scott), who hopes to maneuver her
Nov 4, 1947 Wide
A story which the book reviewers warned us was disappointing and dull, as originally told by James Hilton in his So Well Remembered, has been miraculously transmuted into an affecting and fascinating tale in the film of the same title.
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