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Johnny Trouble(1957)

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  • Johnny Trouble

    • Karen Betts
    • 5/3/15

    This was the first time I had ever seen this movie. I absolutely love Ethel Barrymore and this movie did not disappoint. Her joy when she found whom she thought was her grand son from a son who had long ago left her life, but then for her character to die at the end and know the true facts of her long ago son that she never knew.It was a beautiful film I hope to see it again soon

  • Ethel Barrymore is the best!

    • Mike McCrann
    • 5/1/15

    What a rare treat. I stayed home yesterday afternoon to see this film as I knew it was Ethel B's last film role but I was staggered by all the other people in the film. Ethel was great and it was so moving seeing here near the end of her life. She was the most brilliant of all the Barrymores and did not disappoint. But you also get to see Carolyn Jones, Cecil Kellaway, Jesse White, Paul Wallace (who found fame as Tulsa in both the stage and film of Gypsy), Jack Larsen (from Superman) etc. I also spotted Edd Byrnes as one of the boys (later Kookie in Sunset Strip) and of course the talented and handsome Stuart Whitman who is very much with us these days. A few months ago I saw him in Victim and he was truly brilliant. But back to Ethel B. She is just amazing and the end of the film when Cecil Kellaway (always my fave from Frenchman's Creek on) reveals what happened is too much. And having Ethel die at the end of the film and then her funeral is a touching irony. I had never heard of this film but I was so happy that I checked it out. A little gem with so many great talents in it.

  • Amazing Barrymore performance

    • Roy Bishop
    • 4/30/15

    Just saw this move for the first time. I would love to own this on DVD! Ethel Barrymore's performance is off the chart's. When Stuart read's Shakespeare it has nothing. When he hand's it to Ethel and she reads it, it comes to life! Even at her age she had not lost her craft. Made me think of Henry Fonda and Hepburn in On Golden Pond. There are special actors that have a gift that they never lose. Miss Barrymore was one of them.

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