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So Ends Our Night (1941)

 -  Drama | War  -  27 February 1941 (USA)
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Josef Steiner
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Ruth Holland
Frances Dee ...
Marie Steiner
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Ludwig Kern
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Lilo
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Brenner
Allan Brett ...
Leo Marrill
Joseph Cawthorn ...
Leopold Potzloch
Leonid Kinskey ...
The Chicken
Alexander Granach ...
The Pole
Roman Bohnen ...
Mr. Kern
Sig Ruman ...
Ammers (as Sig Rumann)
William Stack ...
Professor Meyer
Lionel Royce ...
Barnekrogg
Ernst Deutsch ...
Dr. Behr
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Ainsi finit notre nuit  »

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GLENN FORD/MARGARET SULLIVAN MOVIE
17 February 2002 | by (California, USa) – See all my reviews

Not best written (choppy) yet realistic melodrama depicting very real times during WWII. Movie is notable for Anna Sten's brief appearance (admittedly, one of my favorites) who was more or less done-in by Hollywood yet never failed to deliver superb performances. Either Glenn Ford's first or one of his first movies. Depressing yet worth seeing. Good luck, because I think I got one of the last VHS copies around.


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