Shopworn Angel Movie Review 1938

Information and Film Reviews for Shopworn Angel the Movie

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Weepy melodrama about a sophisticated actress who leads on a naive Texas soldier who's in New York prior to being shipped out for WWI duty. Later, just before she goes on stage, she learns he's been killed at the front. She rallys to sing "Pack Up your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile." Lots of tears. Adapted from the story "Private Pettigrew's Girl" by Dana Burnet. This remake of the same-titled 1929 film considerably softened the characters. Remade again in 1959 as "That Kind of Woman."

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Available on VHS
Running time 85 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Romantic Drama, Period Piece: 1910s, World War I, Tearjerkers, Adapted from a Story, Screen Teams: Stewart & Sullavan
Screenplay
Waldo Salt
Cast
Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart, Walter Pidgeon, Nat Pendleton, Alan Curtis, Sam Levene, Hattie McDaniel, Charley Grapewin, Charles D. Brown
Cinematography
Joseph Ruttenberg
Director
H.C. Potter
Producer
Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures

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