None But the Lonely Heart

1944

None But the Lonely Heart

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In this film, Cary Grant plays a restless, irresponsible cockney who seeks a better life but doesn't want to work for one. The hero's shiftlessness extends to his love life; musician Jane Wyatt genuinely cares for him, but he prefers the company of fickle gangster's ex-wife June Duprez.

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Cast

Cary Grant
as Ernie Mott
Jane Wyatt
as Aggie Hunter
George Coulouris
as Jim Mordiney
Dan Duryea
as Lew Tate
Eva Leonard Boyne
as Ma Chalmers
Helene Thimig
as Sister Nurse
Roman Bohnen
as Dad Pettyjohn
David Clyde
as Policeman with Stripes
Roy Thomas
as Rookie Policeman
Amelia Romano
as Lame Girl
Queenie Vassar
as Ma Snowden
Art Smith
as Marjoriebanks
Rosalind Ivan
as Mrs. Tate
Herbert Heywood
as Dad Fitchitt
Helena Grant
as Old Woman in Shop
Virginia Farmer
as Ma Segwiss
Katherine Allen
as Millie Wilson
Diedra Vale
as Miss Tate
Polly Bailey
as Ma Floom
Bill Wolfe
as Blind Man
Billy O'Leary
as Cab Driver
George Atkinson
as Man with Gramophone
Elsa Prescott
as Old Lady
Ted Billings
as Cockney Bum
Milton Wallace
as Ike Lesser
Eric Wilton
as Prison Guard
David Thursby
as Prison Guard
Al Rhein
as Henchman
Al Murphy
as Henchman
Yorke Sherwood
as Call Block Cop
Matthew Boulton
as Police Sergeant
Herbert Evans
as Police Sergeant
Joe North
as Old Man
Ida Shoemaker
as Old Lady
Keith Hitchcock
as Roly Poly Man
William Ambler
as Bus Driver
Marie de Becker
as Mme. La Vaka
Bill O'Leary
as Cab Driver
Charles Irwin
as Cop at Crash
Colin Kenny
as Cop Outside
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Critic Reviews for None But the Lonely Heart

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Audience Reviews for None But the Lonely Heart

  • Jan 23, 2014
    Cary Grant against type is a limit in terms of being believable. His own efforts deserve merits but the rest of the film leaves you a bit wanting.
    John B Super Reviewer
  • Sep 05, 2010
    This could have been a great drama, but Grant doesn't give us a great performance, maybe he felt a little too comfortable back at home in England or something? I don't know, but this movie is lacking something, and I found it really boring.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Jan 16, 2010
    This is a decent drama starring Cary Grant. Grant plays a drifter that returns home to visit his mother. He is about to leave again when he learns she has cancer. He stays and helps her run her shop. But this drifter is in need of money and goes in with the wrong gang. Cary Grant is excellent as usual in his role. He was nominated for a Oscar in Best Actor in a Leading Role category for his role in this. Hard to believe this was his last nomination for a Oscar considering his great movies and performances after this film. The story is great and the acting great throught out this film. Top mention to Ethel Barrymore and June Duprez in their roles. They were excellent as well. This is not one of my favorite Cary Grant movies overall with the body of work he has done. But this is still worth a watch for Grant fans or those looking for a solid drama to watch.
    Corey n Super Reviewer
  • May 10, 2009
    Ernie (played by Cary Grant) has to turn over a new leaf when he learns his mother has cancer. Now that he is stuck in town, he has to deal with making a living and keeping his girlfriend happy. The movie is somewhat depressing as in this era, it is almost impossible to make a living legally, so there is always the lure of illegal activities.
    Red L Super Reviewer

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