A J Cronin


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Once To Every Woman (1933) - Men Aren't Born Great We’ve just met Fay Wray as take-charge head nurse Mary Fanshawe, and she’s summoned distracted trainee Doris (Mary Carlisle) for a chewing-out, followed by her first visit with Dr. Preston (Walter Byron), discussing a rival, and her projected ambitions, early in Once To Every Woman, 1933.
Once To Every Woman (1933) - I Can Get Away With It All exposition here as we’ve just met junior hot-shot surgeon Jim (Ralph Bellamy) and his mentor and boss Selby (Walter Connolly), and they move quickly to the challenging brain patient on their ward, in RKO’s racy Once To Every Woman, 1933, starring Fay Wray.
Once To Every Woman (1933) - Nothing Professional Conscientious surgeon Jim Barclay (Ralph Bellamy) has just made good his threat to resign, but feels a need to take a crack at ambitious but chilly nurse Mary (Fay Wray), and winds up warning her about her beau Freddie (Walter Byron), himself busy with Mary Carlisle, in Once To Every Woman, 1933.
Citadel, The (1938) - Whilst Nature Makes Them Well Robert Donat as Manson, paying his first house call on a Welsh mining family, his character based on the author and physician A.J. Cronin, who practiced in Wales, later meeting jaunty fellow doctor Denny (Ralph Richardson), early in The Citadel, 1938.
Citadel, The (1938) - It Is God's Will The new and inexperienced local doctor Manson (Robert Donat) has just delivered what appeared to be a stillborn child to the wife of Welsh miner Joe (Edward Chapman), Joan Kemp-Welch the worried nurse, in The Citadel, 1938, from the landmark novel by physician A.J. Cronin.
Citadel, The (1938) - Ethics And Textbooks Suddenly popular due to his good works Manson (Robert Donat), the new physician in a Welsh mining town, receives schoolteacher Christine (Rosalind Russell), with whom he had earlier tangled, King Vidor directing, in MGM's The Citadel, 1938.

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