Till We Meet Again

For all its underground intrigue, Nazi brutality and Machiavellian Gestapo methods, film is a different sort of war romance. For one thing, its heroine is a novitiate nun and Ray Milland is an almost too happily married albeit dashing American aviator, forced down in occupied France.

With:
Ray Milland Barbara Britton Walter Slezak Mona Freeman Lucile Watson Vladimir Sokoloff

For all its underground intrigue, Nazi brutality and Machiavellian Gestapo methods, film is a different sort of war romance. For one thing, its heroine is a novitiate nun and Ray Milland is an almost too happily married albeit dashing American aviator, forced down in occupied France.

Sometimes Milland’s love-hunger for his wife and child is a bit sticky, but it gets over a wholesome message of the American standard of love and marriage to the young French convent girl. To her it’s a new-found litany of love that awakens a new perspective on the mundane world as she accompanies Milland – as his pseudo-wife – in order to aid his escape with valuable secret papers from the French Underground for London.

Barbara Britton, a newcomer, is compelling as the beauteous but unworldly church disciple.

Till We Meet Again

Production: Paramount. Director Frank Borzage; Producer Frank Borzage; Screenplay Lenore Coffee; Camera Theodor Sparkuhl; Editor Elmo Veron; Music David Buttolph; Art Director Hans Dreier, Robert Usher

Crew: (B&W) Extract of a review from 1944. Running time: 85 MIN.

With: Ray Milland Barbara Britton Walter Slezak Mona Freeman Lucile Watson Vladimir Sokoloff

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