In Our Time - (Original Trailer)
A Polish count (Paul Henreid) and his English wife (Ida Lupino) battle Nazi invaders In Our Time (1944).
In Our Time (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Nasty Looking Things
From a prologue establishing a trip to Poland in March, 1939, we meet English antique hunter Mrs. Bromley (Mary Boland) and her sharp assistant Jennifer (Ida Lupino, also narrating), opening In Our Time, 1944, from director Vincent Sherman, starring Paul Henreid.
In Our Time (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Palaces of Poland's Kings
Resuming the narration by middle-class English Jennifer (Ida Lupino), recounting her tour of Warsaw with Polish count Stephan (Paul Henreid), just before the 1939 German invasion, their future together foreshadowed, in Warner Bros.' In Our Time, 1944.
In Our Time (1944) -- (Movie Clip) I Think It's Opus Eleven
The meeting in early 1939 of Jennifer (Ida Lupino, for once rightly cast as English, and in a romantic lead), assistant to a wealthy antique buyer, and Stephan (Paul Henreid, introduced here), a local nobleman, in a Warsaw boutique, in the WWII melodrama In Our Time, 1944.
In Our Time (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Life Has Chopped Me Down
Michael Chekhov, acting teacher, nephew of the Russian playwright and sometime actor as Uncle Leopold, in 1939 Poland, as nobleman Stephan (Paul Henreid) introduces English fiancee' Jennifer (Ida Lupino) to his snobby mother and sister (Alla Nazimova, Nancy Coleman), in In Our Time, 1944.