Four Daughters (1938)
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as Adam Lemp
as Ann Lemp
as Mickey Borden
as Kay Lemp
as Aunt Etta
as Thea Lemp
as Emma Lemp
as Felix Deitz
as Ben Crowley
as Mrs. Ridgefield
Critic Reviews for Four Daughters
A typical, sentimental small-town family melodrama of the 1930s, with one exception: John Garfield in a stunning screen debut as a brooding outsider.
Exemplary Warners hokum about sisters' romances
Superior, slickly made soaper with great stars.
Audience Reviews for Four Daughters
Good for its time period, Four Daughters is entertaining despite being overly sentimental.
For the most part, this movie has a good story, but it has some predictable elements and boring scenes. Overall, an okay movie.
Quaint is as good a word as any to describe this film, that's not always a bad thing though especially with a cast as good as this. Claude Rains and May Robson keep the schmaltz to a minimum, Priscilla is very pretty and best of all is John Garfield, wonderfully contemporary even in this slice of Americana.
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