Of Human Hearts (1938)

Of Human Hearts (1938)

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In Clarence Brown's Civil War-era drama, a military doctor (James Stewart) whose ignorance of his mother's (Beulah Bondi) welfare results in the intervention of President Abraham Lincoln (John Carradine).
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Classics , Drama
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Studio:
MGM

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Cast

Walter Huston
as Ethan Wilkins
James Stewart
as Jason Wilkins
Beulah Bondi
as Mary Wilkins
Charles Coburn
as Dr. Charles Shingle
Guy Kibbee
as Mr. George Ames
John Carradine
as President Abraham Lincoln
Ann Rutherford
as Annie Hawks
Charles Grapewin
as Jim Meeker
Charley Grapewin
as Mr. Jim Meaker
Leona Roberts
as Sister Clark
Arthur Ayleswofth
as Mr. Rufus Inchpin
Clem Bevans
as Elder Massey
Gene Reynolds
as Jason at age 12
Leatrice Joy Gilbert
as Annie Hawks at Age 10
Sterling Holloway
as Chauncey at Age 18
Charles Peck
as Chauncey at Age 12
Robert McWade
as Dr. Lupus Crumm
John Miljan
as Capt. Griggs
Rosina Galli
as Mrs. Ardsley
Anne O'Neal
as Mrs. Hawks
Esther Dale
as Mrs. Cantwell
Brenda Sue Fowler
as Mrs. Ames
William Stack
as Salesman
Ward Bond
as Lout
Stanley Fields
as Horse Owner
Roger Moore
as Attendant
Guy Bates Post
as Horse Buyer
Jack Mulhall
as Soldier
Phillip Terry
as Interne
Joe Forte
as Interne
Morgan Wallace
as Dr. Crandall
Minor Watson
as Capt. Griggs
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Critic Reviews for Of Human Hearts

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Full Review… | March 25, 2009
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Audience Reviews for Of Human Hearts

½

The acting is good but the sentiment is laid on a little thick.

jay nixon
jay nixon

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½

Of Human Hearts (1938) -- [5.5] -- Torn on this one. Love Walter Huston, Jimmy Stewart, Charles Coburn, and beautiful riverside setting. But don't care much for the "Father Knows Best," Forrest Gumpiness of the thematic resolution. John Carradine makes a cameo appearance under pretty convincing makeup as Abraham Lincoln -- the scene's dumb, but the makeup's good.

Scott Schirmer
Scott Schirmer

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