Waterloo Bridge

1931, Drama, 1h 12m

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A World War I soldier (Douglass Montgomery) in London falls for a young woman (Mae Clarke) during an air raid, not realizing she is a prostitute.

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  • Jan 18, 2021
    Mae Clarke gives a walloping performance as a chorus girl/prostitute who happens to meet the man of her dreams one night while on the prowl. As this is a motion picture that deals with morality issues for entertainment bang she struggles with whether to follow her heart or to be true: the crux of the feature's dilemma. But the real star is James Whale behind the camera who imbues this typical story with timely pathos and drama. Good stuff.
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  • Oct 26, 2010
    This is one of those annoying romantic dramas where they go back and forth trying to figure out if they can make their relationship work, and it gets annoying. Plus the ending is sad and kind of made me mad about watching the movie. The movie wasn't that bad, though, the story was realistic and the actors were pretty good.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Dec 08, 2009
    "Waterloo Bridge" is a tepid soap opera about Myra(Mae Clarke), a dancer who has fallen on tough times. It has been two years since she was in a show, three weeks since she paid her rent and she has turned to prostitution to make ends meet in World War I London. During one trip to solicit clientele, she helps an old woman(Rita Carlisle) retrieve her dropped potatoes during an air raid. They in turn are helped by Ray Cronin(Kent Douglass), a fellow American and a soldier on leave. Basically, the substance of the movie revolves around Myra wondering if she is good enough for him whereas the question should be if he actually loves her or is he just nice? Anyway, this sort of thing gets old quickly and there is little else to keep the viewer interested except for the sight of a pre-stardom Bette Davis.
    Walter M Super Reviewer
  • May 26, 2008
    this love story between a soldier and a prostitute was unseen for many years and it's not half as sappy as the vivien leigh remake. mae clarke is very affecting. also a small role for then unknown bette davis
    Stella D Super Reviewer

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