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Somewhere I'll Find You (1942)

Passed  -  Drama | Romance | War  -  September 1942 (USA)
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Two brother, rival correspondents, find themselves fighting their conservative editor over stories and each other of over the affections of a pretty blonde journalist.

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Cast

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Jonathon 'Jonny' Davis
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Paula Lane
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Kirk 'Junior' Davis
Patricia Dane ...
Crystal McRegan
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Willie Manning
Lee Patrick ...
Eve 'Evie' Manning
Charles Dingle ...
George L. Stafford
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Two brothers, both war correspondents, vie for the affection of the same girl at the beginning of World War II, and later find her doing orphan work in China. Written by Anonymous

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Together Again - They're Dynamite!

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Drama | Romance | War

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September 1942 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Red Light  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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After the tragic sudden death of Carole Lombard, Clark Gable had said, "You'll have to get them to change the title. I couldn't walk on a set with those word before me." It was to be changed to "Red Light". See more »

Quotes

Paula Lane: Oh, listen, Jonny. Everyone's not like you. You'd rather be a good reporter than... Shakespeare.
Jonathon 'Jonny' Davis: Shakespeare was a reporter. Scooped Queen Elizabeth. That's the thing to do with dames. Scoop 'em, but stay away from all of them.
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Classic Actors/Classic Film
16 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Had the opportunity to view this film on TV, which was shown in the early AM hours and found it very interesting for a WWII. Clark Gable gave a great performance, despite the fact, that in real life he lost the soul mate of his life and managed to show his great ability as an actor in playing the part of Lana Turner's lover. This was sort of a pick me up for audiences during the war years and having two men after one woman was a different twist. Robert Sterling gave a great supporting role as a guy who was also in love with poor Lana Turner and managed to hold his own against Clark Gable. This is truly a great 1942 Classic and a great picture with Turner & Gable at their very best. Enjoy.


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