The Shopworn Angel

1938, Romance, 1h 25m

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A worldly Broadway actress (Margaret Sullavan) lets a folksy doughboy (James Stewart) court her and marries him before he ships out.

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  • Aug 20, 2013
    Beautifully wrought picture with exquisite performances from the two leads. Margaret Sullavan was truly one of the most effective actresses of the golden age, able to wring the most genuine emotions out of any situation. She and Jimmy made a great team since her slightly bruised fragility always blended so well with his gentle naivete. The story is just a simple boy meets girl tale with a few twists but because of the stars as well as Walter Pidgeon, complicating matters but also being wise and warm, and the always amazing Hattie McDaniel, being her usual flip self it remains involving throughout.
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  • Aug 20, 2011
    This film stars James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan. Stewart is a young and naive private in the military about to be sent overseas during WWI.He falls for a actress played by Sullavan. A romance starts but may end if he goes off to war and dies. The film has a solid story of drama and romance. Even some comedy moments pop up in the film. Stewart is excellent as usual in his roles. Sullavan is quite good as well. If your a James Stewart fan or enjoy old black and white dramas then check this out. Worth a watch.
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