Monthly Archives: November 1942
Jack Benny stars for Warner Brothers and director William Keighley in this adaptation of the hit George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart play.
Competitive swimmer Esther Williams teaches Mickey Rooney a lesson in love in George B. Seitz’s “Andy Hardy’s Double Life.”
Cary Grant and Gingers Rogers star in Leo McCarey’s questionable wartime comedy from RKO.
Hedy Lamarr plays a seductive African temptress in MGM’s laughably alarmist production “White Cargo,” based on the novel “Hell’s Playground.”
Following their smash hit “Mrs. Miniver,” MGM has brought us an American perspective on home front responsibility.
The new Warner Brothers film pairs Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman to outstanding effect in this romantic wartime melodrama.
Gorgeous Technicolor footage of airplanes isn’t enough to sustain this feature from director William A. Wellman and Fox.
Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth are back together again for a new musical at Columbia based on the Argentine film “Los martes, orquídeas.”
This twisty new crime thriller from Paramount stars Burgess Meredith and Claire Trevor in a premise very similar to that of MGM’s “Crossroads.”
Errol Flynn fights his way to glory as James J. Corbett in the Warner Brothers boxing drama Gentleman Jim.
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