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Since You Went Away

Since You Went Away(1944)

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Brief Synopsis

A mother and wife struggle to cope while her husband is off serving in World War II.

Cast & Crew

John Cromwell Director
Claudette Colbert Anne Hilton
Jennifer Jones Jane Hilton
Joseph Cotten Lt. Tony Willett
Shirley Temple Bridget "Brig" Hilton
Monty Woolley Col. William G. Smollett
Robert Walker William G. "Bill" Smollett II
Agnes Moorehead Emily Hawkins
Nazimova Zofia Koslowska
Albert Basserman Dr. Sigmund Gottlieb Golden
Gordon Oliver Marine officer
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  Los Angeles premiere: Jun 1944
Release Date:  1944 Production Date:  EB
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  United Artists Corp.
Sound:  Mono (Western Electric Recording) Production Co:  Selznick International Pictures, Vanguard Films, Inc.
Duration(mins):  172 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  15,480    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Could have been shorter

    Sandymc44 2017-12-22

    With such a great cast, I was expecting a bit more in the way of plot. The early part of the story seemed a bit dragged out; they could have cut several... MORE>

  • So sad...!

    Alice 2017-09-06

    So sad I did not catch this film from the beginning. It looks wonderful and the ratings given by the viewers were all so positive'. Would you please... MORE>

  • Great Film

    Larry Huey 2015-12-26

    Probably my favorite film of all time. It's a shame it isn't readily available on DVD/Blu-ray. MORE>