Winter Meeting (7-Apr-1948)
Director: Bretaigne Windust
Writer: Catherine Turney
From novel by: Grace Zaring Stone
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Review by anonymous (posted on 22-Apr-2006)
I absolutely loved this movie! Jim
Davis was one of the most handsome men I have ever seen and Bette Davis
was my favorite actress. I loved this movie because I was 10 years old
when I first saw it and somehow it appealed to me. Next time I saw it I
was in a relationship with a man who also wanted to become a priest
which I didn't know at the time I was dating him, but found out later.
This was in the 1960s. I loved the country house and all the talks they
had. It's in a time period when the WW 2 was over and times were not so
intense. I would love to buy this movie and see it over and over again.
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