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A Song for Miss Julie (1945)

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Cast overview:
Shirley Ross ...
Valerie Kimbro
Barton Hepburn ...
George Kimbro
Jane Farrar ...
Julie Charteris
Roger Clark ...
Stephen Mont
Marcelle Conway
Elisabeth Risdon ...
Mrs. Ambrose Charteris
Lillian Randolph ...
Eliza Henry
Peter Garey ...
Pete - the Bellhop
Renie Riano ...
Eurydice Lannier
Harry Crocker ...
John Firbank
Vivien Fay ...
Herself - Ballet Dancer
Anton Dolin ...
Himself - Ballet Dancer


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19 February 1945 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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28 November 2005 | by (Vancouver) – See all my reviews

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Impossible artsy fartsy movie that you feel was almost made for the upper echelons of the society with it's insipid comedy of manners of Southerners vs New Yorkers. A play is being written about an older actor. His Southerner granddaughter holds the rights to his estate, and is rather reluctant to give info about her grandfather to some visiting New York playwrights. This soon disintegrates into a full family relative comes forward with some new information. This story again, is all treated too stiffly and so hoity toity that this is impossible to like. The music numbers are laughably forgettable, and the acting is marginal, at best. For sadists only.

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