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The Enchanted Cottage (1945) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by John Cromwell and produced by Jack J. Gross and Harriet Parsons.

Academy Awards 1945 --- Ceremony Number 18 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best Music - ScoringRoy WebbNominated
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The Enchanted Cottage, a 1924 Miracle Romance

By C. S. Williams on Aug 19, 2016 From Classic Film Aficionados

The play, The Enchanted Cottage, written by Sir Arthur Pinero, which opened on Wednesday, March 1, 1922, at the Duke of York?s Theatre, in London, was promptly compared with, J. M. Barrie?s fantasy, Marie Rose (AKA: Mary Rose),[1] which had its premiere in 1920. It was also likened to, Sentimental T... Read full article


The Enchanted Cottage, a 1924 Miracle Romance

By C. S. Williams on Aug 19, 2016 From Classic Film Aficionados

The play, The Enchanted Cottage, written by Sir Arthur Pinero, which opened on Wednesday, March 1, 1922, at the Duke of York?s Theatre, in London, was promptly compared with, J. M. Barrie?s fantasy, Marie Rose (AKA: Mary Rose),[1] which had its premiere in 1920. It was also likened to, Sentimental T... Read full article


The Enchanted Cottage, a 1924 Miracle Romance

By C. S. Williams on Aug 22, 2015 From Classic Film Aficionados

The play, The Enchanted Cottage, written by Sir Arthur Pinero, which opened on Wednesday, March 1, 1922, at the Duke of York?s Theatre, in London, was promptly compared with, J. M. Barrie?s fantasy, Marie Rose (AKA: Mary Rose),[1] which had its premiere in 1920. It was also likened to, Sentimental T... Read full article


The Enchanted Cottage, a 1924 Miracle Romance

By C. S. Williams on Aug 22, 2015 From Classic Film Aficionados

The play, The Enchanted Cottage, written by Sir Arthur Pinero, which opened on Wednesday, March 1, 1922, at the Duke of York?s Theatre, in London, was promptly compared with, J. M. Barrie?s fantasy, Marie Rose (AKA: Mary Rose),[1] which had its premiere in 1920. It was also likened to, Sentimental T... Read full article


The Enchanted Cottage, a 1924 Miracle Romance

By C. S. Williams on Aug 22, 2015 From Classic Film Aficionados

The play, The Enchanted Cottage, written by Sir Arthur Pinero, which opened on Wednesday, March 1, 1922, at the Duke of York?s Theatre, in London, was promptly compared with, J. M. Barrie?s fantasy, Marie Rose (AKA: Mary Rose),[1] which had its premiere in 1920. It was also likened to, Sentimental T... Read full article


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Mrs. Abigail Minnett: [as aircraft bombs are heard in the distance] Maybe sooner than you think.


Oliver Bradford: Well, apparently you don't complain!
Major John Hillgrove: You haven't given me a chance.


Mrs. Abigail Minnett: Do you know what loneliness is, real loneliness?
Laura Pennington: [Heavy with sadness] Yes.
Mrs. Abigail Minnett: I thought you would.


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In 1973 it was announced that a remake would be made. According to Young the setting would be updated and Dorothy McGuire and he would be playing the parts of the housekeeper and blind pianist originally played by Mildred Natwick and Herbert Marshall. The idea fell through after McGuire watched a screening of the original at Young's invitation at the actor's home. She said that the film belonged to another period and that she did not want to go backward.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onSeptember 3, 1945 with Robert Young and Dorothy McGuire reprising their film roles.
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