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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
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Crystal McRegan
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Willie Manning
Lee Patrick ...
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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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Trivia

Lana Turner was originally fired from the role after marrying Artie Shaw against the wishes of studio head Louis B. Mayer. Esther Williams successfully screen-tested with Clark Gable and was to be Turner's replacement. However, Turner and Mayer "made up" and Turner was given back the part. See more »

Quotes

Paula Lane: Why didn't you tell me, Jonny?
Jonathon 'Jonny' Davis: Because I don't put anything in the paper until I've heard it twice and seen it three times.
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Referenced in Tuppen (1981) See more »

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I liked it!
17 July 2011 | by (paradiso) – See all my reviews

What a pleasant way to spend two hours when one can't sleep. I loved Lana Turner's face, a little baby fat and that water and soap look. Another thing I really liked was the dialog, even the jokes held up well, despite their 70 year span since having been written. I was surprised to come to this site and see how many of the comments were negative. I like to think myself intelligent, beyond the attraction of the quasi harlequin romance of the story, so I'm going to sum up my over exaggerated enjoyment of this film with the fact that I have yet to see either Honky Tonk or Homecoming. If I liked this one, I am sure I'll love the other two. :-)


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