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Hers to Hold (1943)

 -  Drama | Musical  -  16 July 1943 (USA)
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Bill Morley
Charles Winninger ...
Ludwig Stössel ...
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Gus Schilling ...
Rosey Blake
Samuel S. Hinds ...
Dr. Crane
Evelyn Ankers ...
Flo Simpson
Fay Helm ...
Hannah Gordon
Iris Adrian ...
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Murray Alper ...
Smiley, the Foreman
Douglas Wood ...
Peter Cartwright
Minna Phillips ...
Mrs. Cartwright
Nydia Westman ...
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Irving Bacon ...
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Three Smart Girls Join Up  »

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Written by Tex Ritter, Frank Sanucci and Frank Harford
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"Say a Pray'r for the Boys Over There"
8 May 2005 | by (Copenhagen, Denmark) – See all my reviews

This was Deanna Durbin's third take on Penny Craig, who by now has grown into a beautiful young woman featuring in the gossip columns with tit-bits about her love life. She falls in love with dashing young pilot Bill, even volunteers for work at the aircraft factory where he works, but Bill is afraid to commit to her, and when he learns that he is about to go overseas and join the armed forces, he dumps her. But Penny is nothing if not resourceful ...

This is not among the handful of really wonderful Deanna Durbin vehicles, although sworn fans won't be disappointed. Her character here is a gutsy, no-nonsense go-getter, and it is quite a moving experience to watch and hear her, as she takes the podium in the factory canteen, singing first 'Begin the Beguine', this most glamorous of show smoochers, in her assembly-line outfit, no MGM glitzy witzy style her, and then when she touches everyone's heart with the languid and heartfelt 'Say a Pray'r for the Boys Over There', one of the great Durbin moments.

Joseph Cotten certainly never looked handsomer, oozing charming insolence, as aviator Bill.


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