Homecoming (1948)

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At the end of WW2, aboard a repatriation ship, an Army doctor reminisces about his war years while being interviewed by a reporter.


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  • Clark Gable and Lana Turner in Homecoming (1948)
  • Clark Gable and Lana Turner in Homecoming (1948)
  • Clark Gable and Anne Baxter in Homecoming (1948)
  • Clark Gable and Lana Turner in Homecoming (1948)
  • Clark Gable and Anne Baxter in Homecoming (1948)
  • Anne Baxter in Homecoming (1948)

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Director:

Mervyn LeRoy

Writers:

Sidney Kingsley (story), Jan Lustig (adaptation), Paul Osborn

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27 April 2011 | dbdumonteil
1941: a war odyssey
Ulysses ,what a name for a major whose odyssey took place in WW2,who learned after his "voyage" that success is no success at all,that selfishness leads to nowhere and that a doctor's work is to help his fellow men;we are not far from Stahl's "magnificent obsession" in which a reckless playboy was told that a man (Jesus ) had given his life so man was saved .

It's strange that the world Ulysse lives in is full of altruistic persons ,from "Snapshot" the nurse who never has a rest till all the wounded soldiers are operated to the Chester doctor (Hodiak) whose war has begun long before WW2,and from "Monk" the unfortunate soldier to the good doctor Sunday (again,what a name!).The US army looks more like Salvation Army! The title is partly a misnomer because it's essentially a long flashback (actually several flashbacks) dealing with the hard life of a military medical team in the war.Thus Gable is torn between his faithful wife (Anne Baxter) and his courageous nurse (their relationship is much too predictable).Best scene is perhaps the "Roman " bath :we feel that Gable is very human when she takes her bath and he 's got to force himself to stay calm and not to have a little look !

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