To Each His Own (1946)

Approved   |    |  Drama, Romance


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An unwed mother, forced to give up her child to avoid scandal, follows her son's life from afar even as she prospers in business.


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17 May 2003 | jjkaul
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| I enjoy a good cry now and again!!!
I think the film was quite wonderful. Miss. De Havilland was so compelling as the young Jody, caught up in a wartime love affair that leaves her pregnant. Her kindly, wonderful, and non-judgemental father, played by Griff Barnett leaves you feeling nothing less than empathy for the Norris's. When the illegitimate son of that romance finally meets his biological mother, Jody, with the help of her friend Lord Desham it is every adopted childs wish come true. Keep the tissue's close. This movie has so many wonderful character actors and actresses. Some may find it a bit trite but you must keep in mind the time period, it was a different society then. Watch it at least once.

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