Winter Meeting (1948)

Winter Meeting (1948)

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In this drama, the unmarried poetic daughter of a minister, Susan Grieve (Bette Davis), meets and falls in love with war hero Slick Novak (Jim Davis). As their relationship progresses, Susan and Slick help each other struggle with their past ghosts and dreams, each providing the support and inspiration that the other needs.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Classics , Drama , Romance
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In Theaters:
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Runtime:
Studio:
Warner Bros.

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Cast

Bette Davis
as Susan Grieve
Jim Davis
as Slick Novak
John Hoyt
as Stacy Grant
Janis Paige
as Peggy Markham
Florence Bates
as Mrs. Castle
Walter S. Baldwin
as Mr. Castle
Ransom Sherman
as Mr. Moran
Hugh Charles
as Headwaiter
Louis Austin
as Marcia
George Taylor
as Waiter
Michael Lally
as Waiter
Harry McKee
as Waiter
Joe Minitello
as Waiter
Harry Lewis
as Juvenile
Ezelle Poule
as Cafe Couple
Russ Clarke
as Cafe Couple
Laura Treadwell
as Gray Lady
Lois Austin
as Marcia
Robert Riordan
as Marcia's Escort
James Davis
as Slick Novak
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½

This movie is terrific. I usually like the independent Bette Davis, but the guy who plays opposite her is a (Fess Parker, of TV Davy Crocket fame) total wipeout as an actor. Bette Davis had to have been horrified to play opposite this guy. Maybe he was a last minute replacement for someone better, or he was a great friend of the casting manager, who knows? But he is less than persuasive, unless as playing a returning naval veteran he is supposed to be stiff and wooden. In that case, he did a great job of acting! But I don't think so. If the movie had been better cast for his role, I would have given it a 100. Even so, you simply won't know where this movie is going until the very end. He isn't the one with issues.... it's HER, as she discovers at the very end.

monsieur rick
monsieur rick

A little stilted but not nearly as bad as its reputation, just a bit slow.

jay nixon
jay nixon

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