Wilson (1944)

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A chronicle of the political career of US President Woodrow Wilson.


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  • Vincent Price and Mary Anderson in Wilson (1944)
  • Vincent Price in Wilson (1944)
  • Ruth Nelson in Wilson (1944)
  • Thurston Hall and Alexander Knox in Wilson (1944)
  • Geraldine Fitzgerald and Alexander Knox in Wilson (1944)
  • Geraldine Fitzgerald and Alexander Knox in Wilson (1944)

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Director:

Henry King

Writer:

Lamar Trotti (screenplay)

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17 September 2006 | ccthemovieman-1
7
| A Bit Long In The Tooth, But A Decent Bio
I don't know how many modern-day film viewers would sit through this long a biography (154 minutes) of a fairly boring man but it moves pretty well and is generally entertaining account of our 28th U.S. President, Woodrow Wilson.

When I watched this, I was unfamiliar with the lead actor, Alexander Knox, and I still am! However, he did a fine job as Wilson. The supporting cast did have some "names," such as Charles Coburn, Thomas Mitchell, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Cedric Hardwicke, Vincent Price, Ruth Nelson and much more.

When they made Technicolor films of the 1940s, which wasn't often, they were very pretty and this one is, too. They also did a nice job re-creating the early 20th century.

It's a nice film but nothing memorable, to be honest, and certainly biased in favor of Wilson....but still worth seeing. With it's length, one viewing would be enough.

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