Journey for Margaret Movie Review 1942

Information and Film Reviews for Journey for Margaret the Movie

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Young and Day star as an expectant American couple living in London during WWII so Young can cover the war for a newspaper back home. After she loses her baby during an air raid, Day heads back to the States. Young stays in London where he meets two young orphans and takes them under his wing. He decides to take them back to the United States and adopt them, but problems arise. A real tearjerker and a good story that shows the war through the eyes of children. O'Brien's first film. Based on the book by William L. White.

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Available on VHS
Running time 81 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Tearjerkers, World War II, Front Page, London, Parenthood, Childhood Visions
Cast
Robert Young, Laraine Day, Fay Bainter, Signe Hasso, Margaret O'Brien, Nigel Bruce, G.P. (Tim) Huntley, William Severn, Doris Lloyd, Halliwell Hobbes, Jill Esmond
Director
Woodbridge S. Van Dyke
Producer
MGM, B.P. Fineman

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