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I'll Be Seeing You 1945 Dvd Rogers, Joseph Cotton

Model: V628

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Packaging : Brand new Sealed. Packaging in the new compact hard Cardboard slip-cover packing (see Picture)
Audio System: Dolby Digital
Starring: Ginger Rogers, Joseph Cotten, Shirley Temple, Spring Byington, Tom Tully
Director: George Cukor, William Dieterle
Audio Language: English
Subtitle: Chinese, English, French, Spain (selectible)
Region Code: All coded (Able to play in all Dvd player and Dvd rom in Laptop)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Description:Ginger and Mr. Joseph Cotten give truly wonderful performances. These were two of the best actors of their day, and it shows in their suble, yet powerful performnaces. They have a very intense chemistry together, and it's a shame they didn't work together again. They were friends off camera though, as Ginger was really friends with everyone in Hollywood back then. The color and sound qulaity here are terrific with good solid blacks, and crisp greys and whites. A teenage Shirley Temple appears as Ginger's cousin, and it's fun to see the two musical queens of the thirties together. Now all we need is some music! Although she appears sans her sprightly curls, Temple gives a spirited and realistic performance that really shows off her acting ability. Two scenes that really impressed me, the first, after saing goodnight to Ginger on New Years, he goes back to his room, where he has another phsychological attack. It's incredibly done, and really attention grabbing. When he looks up at the lightbulb, and hallucinates that it's a bomb falling, it's reaaly quite frightening. The other scene that I though was particarly well done was the very last scene. As ginger wals back to prison, Joseph is waiting for her in the shadow. In one swift motion, she spies him, drops her bag and runs into his arms. Other actresses may have looked, put down the bag, and then ran to him, but not Ginger, in one action, she can accomplish so much. The ending lines are dramatic, but not treachly, or overly so as the other reviewer may have suggested. Ginger says one of the things that she rarely says, "I love you [so much]" in the past, she has said, "I'm in love with you/him" etc... but never really a direct statement. He then explains that he'll be there for her and that he'll marry her when she gets out. It's bittersweet to be sure, but Optmism never alluded these two. This movie is a perfect example of how the movie's used to be, and probably never will be again. Not to mentio, all the talent that we used to get from the movies has disappeared, so see this nostalgic flick, and see the movies, Ginger Rogers and Joseph Cotten in their Golden age.





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