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Since You Went Away
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Since You Went Away 1944


From Amazon: A three-hour weepy extraordinaire, this 1944 offering from producer David O. Selznick (who also wrote the screenplay) was a tribute to all the families who stayed behind while their men went off to fight in World War II. Claudette Colbert is the mother of daughters Jennifer Jones and Shirley Temple; first seen coming home after dropping her war-bound husband at the train, she becomes the model of courage and strength on the homefront. The plot has a Saturday Evening Post feel today, as it follows the family's day-to-day life and struggles, whether with a crotchety boarder (a delightfully starchy Monty Woolley) or oldest daughter...

Directed By:
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Starring:
Claudette ColbertClaudette Colbert
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No image existsShirley Temple

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Since You Went Away Movie Review by Eric Somer (9/12/2008)

As a big fan of the Hollywood studio system, I tend to like most films created during that general timeframe, especially the era from 1939 to about 1950. That being said, I must admit some films that may have seemed groundbreaking at the time of their original releases do not necessarily constitute anything of importance...

(complete Since You Went Away review by Eric Somer)



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