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Reunion in France(1942)

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  • Great wartime drama

    • spunkylubbock
    • 11/5/10

    Great WW2 drama. It's fun now to see Wayne & Crawford together. I don't put this one in the same league as Casablanca but it's enjoyable & fun to watch two legends in their prime. It's also interesting to know that Joan was on the prowl for Wayne during filming & he wasn't seduced by her in real life. Improbable plot but when we judge filmss like this it helps to remember what was going on in this world in 1942 and we can be thankful that Hollywood could still make movies as other areas of the world were much more limited in what they could do.

  • very entertaining movie

    • mike
    • 4/3/10

    though joan's last 2 mgm films are considered bombs they're both very entertaining and fun! joan's very good in this.....contrary to the SAME person who keeps posting these negative joan movie reviews.

  • Better than Casablanca

    • RaffaellaCiu
    • 6/19/09

    If I ever saw this movie I did not remember it. I love Casablanca and must have seen it 20 or more times. I do not understand why this movie wasn't as popular. I think it was fantastice and should be in the same catagory.

  • John Wayne

    • Millford
    • 6/12/09

    Unless you're into John Wayne, I wouldn't recommend this film. Crawford's awful in it. It's not the Duke's best, but it's not his worst either.

  • The Duke's Okay, But Can Crawford

    • Winfield
    • 6/11/09

    It is a rarity when I will not recommend a film that stars John Wayne. This is one. Avoid it. Crawford is no match at all for the Duke's acting skills. She's unbelievable awful trying to act French. The Duke, as always, is dependably consistent.

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