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good WWII pic made during WWII
Amazing cinematography tied to an engrossing plot, stellar performances.
Mournful war drama with a strong cast, several of whom are underused. Glenn Ford is impossibly young and gives a good if callow account of himself but it is Margaret Sullavan with her beautiful bruised diginity that wins the acting honors here. March and Dee really are in support even though they are top billed.
Fascinating pre World War II tale, very nicely acted, especially by Margaret Sullivan. The very young Glenn Ford oes well also. It's a bit too long, but it is very well done. Well written, good score and cinematography.