Old Maid, The - (Original Trailer)
An unmarried mother gives her illegitimate child to her cousin in The Old Maid (1939) starring Bette Davis.
Old Maid, The (1939) - Since You Went Out West
First scene after a history montage ending the Civil War and killing their former almost-mutual boyfriend, now-married Delia (Miriam Hopkins) visits the orphanage run by cousin Charlotte (Bette Davis), promoting her brother-in-law, Marlene Burnett the featured waif, in The Old Maid, 1939.
Old Maid, The (1939) - Socially Important
Opening the first of two famous pairings of formidable actors (see Old Acquaintance, 1943), Miriam Hopkins as pre-nuptial Delia, Bette Davis her cousin, de-facto sister, Charlotte, Cecilia Loftus their mutual grandmother, Donald Crisp the family doctor, in The Old Maid, 1939, from the Edith Wharton novel.
Old Maid, The (1939) - Every Shot Will Make You Richer
Civil War troop train leaving Philadelphia, Charlotte (Bette Davis) seeks Clem (George Brent), to the surprise of her cousin Delia (Miriam Hopkins), to whom he was once engaged, and who is now married to a munitions manufacturer, in The Old Maid, 1939, from an Edith Wharton novel.