Waterloo Bridge

1940

Waterloo Bridge

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80%

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89%

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User Ratings: 4,622
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In this film, Robert Taylor, a British officer from a wealthy family, falls in love with ballerina Vivien Leigh. Taylor's uncle reluctantly agrees to the upcoming marriage. When Taylor marches off to war, Vivien abandons an important dance recital to bid her fiance goodbye, losing her job as a result.

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Cast

Robert Taylor
as Roy Cronin
Lucile Watson
as Lady Margaret Cronin
Maria Ouspenskaya
as Madame Olga Kirowa
Leo G Carroll
as Policeman
Clara Reid
as Mrs. Bassett
Herbert Evans
as Commissionaire
Ethel Griffies
as Mrs. Clark
David Clyde
as Barnes, the Butler
Janet Shaw
as Maureen
Harry Allen
as Taxi Driver
Elsie Prescott
as Cockney Woman
Norma Varden
as Hostess
Phyllis Barry
as Malicious Girl
Fred Sassoni
as Newsboy
Rita Carlyle
as Flower Woman
Denis D'Auburn
as Generous Man
Wilfred Lucas
as Elderly Huntsman
Frank Dawson
as Vicar's Butler
Douglas Gordon
as Taxi Driver
Denis Green
as Sergeant on Bridge
Jimmy Aubrey
as Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter (uncredited)
Bobby Hale
as Taxi Driver
Harold Howard
as Ticket Collector
Charles Irwin
as Announcer
Bill James
as Sergeant
Charles McNaughton
as Mack, the Waiter
John Power
as Toff's Companion
Elsa Prescott
as Cockney Woman
Paul Scardon
as Doorman
Harry Stubbs
as Proprietor of Eating House
Martha Wentworth
as Tart on Bridge
Eric Wilton
as Headwaiter
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Critic Reviews for Waterloo Bridge

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

Audience Reviews for Waterloo Bridge

  • Nov 01, 2008
    I don't understand Myra! If only she had read the column carefully. And why didn't she tell her future mother in law? And why did the mother in law give up on her so easily? Why didn't she tell the truth and beg for forgiveness? If he loved her, her past wouldn't have mattered to him. I saw the ending coming from a mile away. What a depressing movie yet very well done!
    Dannielle A Super Reviewer
  • Mar 14, 2008
    A classic romance starring Robert Taylor and Vivien Leigh. Roy and Myra meet during an air raid. They agree to marry after he comes back from the front, but when Roy is mistaken for dead Myra has to turn to prostitution to survive. Overall a very good film although one thing did annoy me, it's set during WW1 yet the characters have 1940s clothes and hairstyles!
    Emily B Super Reviewer
  • Feb 03, 2008
    I love tragic romances, and this is one of the best. A tearjerker about a WWI soldier (played by the BEAUTIFUL Robert Taylor), and the woman he loves (played by the almost as beautiful Vivien Leigh), who meet during an air raid in London, but then are separated by the same war that brought them together. It is also a good example of the damage the English class system of the time could do to relationships under the guise of "trying to help" and "it's for the best", and also the sacrifices people are willing to make for the ones they love. I loved this film, and I plan to re-watch it at every opportunity.
    Cindy I Super Reviewer
  • Nov 02, 2007
    Classic romantic trajedy. Vivien Leigh is outstanding.
    A B Super Reviewer

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