Woman To Woman

  • 1946
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

This same picture had been made twice before, once as a silent in 1924, and again in a dreadful early talkie in 1929 starring Betty Compson and George Barraud. A few of the angles are twisted about here. It is a WW II setting instead of a WW I. Montgomery is married and Canadian instead of single and English, and the script is tightened to make for a smoother...read more

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This same picture had been made twice before, once as a silent in 1924, and again in a dreadful early talkie in 1929 starring Betty Compson and George Barraud. A few of the angles are twisted about here. It is a WW II setting instead of a WW I. Montgomery is married and Canadian instead of

single and English, and the script is tightened to make for a smoother and more believable effort. Montgomery accepts a dangerous mission behind enemy lines to escape a bitchy wife. In Paris, he has an affair with dancer Howard and leaves her pregnant before he continues with his mission. Years

later, Montgomery searches for the woman who brought him so much happiness and finds her a successful star in London but suffering a heart condition with only a short time to live. As in the earlier versions, the main objective is heavy melodramatics, but this is better achieved here through more

adept handling, than in the earlier version.

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  • Review: This same picture had been made twice before, once as a silent in 1924, and again in a dreadful early talkie in 1929 starring Betty Compson and George Barraud. A few of the angles are twisted about here. It is a WW II setting instead of a WW I. Montgomery… (more)

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