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Victory (1919) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Maurice Tourneur and produced by Maurice Tourneur.

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Dark Victory (1939): Bette Davis at Her Best

By 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 8, 2020 From 4 Star Films

Dark Victory reminds one how eclectic the Warner Bros. stock company was in 1939 because, in a Bette Davis vehicle, the first visage to present itself is none other than a wry Humphrey Bogart. The movie is a veritable grab bag of assorted talent from Bogart to Ronald Reagan and even kindly, bushy-br... Read full article


A vintage victory

By carole_and_co on Jun 3, 2020 From Carole & Co.

It's been a few years (nearly 7 1/2) since we've run the above Carole Lombard image, Paramount p1202-870 from 1934. The good news is that a vintage version of the photo has surfaced, and you probably can buy it for a relatively inexpensive price.The 8" x 10" is up for auction at eBay, with bids open... Read full article


From the Archives: Dark Victory ( 1939 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Dec 9, 2019 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Geraldine Fitzgerald and Bette Davis are grinning in the presence of a young Ronald Reagan in this scene from Dark Victory ( 1939 ). Little did they know that he would one day become President of the United States. Unfortunately, Reagan's character spent most of this picture in a drunken state...but... Read full article


ARTHUR KENNEDY'S CONQUEST OF THE SCREEN BLOGATHON: Bright Victory (1951)

on Feb 17, 2019 From Caftan Woman

Virginie of The Wonderful World of Cinema is hosting this blogathon tribute to Arthur Kennedy on the occasion of the 105th anniversary of his birth. Click HERE for the tributes to the fine actor. Arthur Kennedy 1914-1990 John Arthur Kennedy made his Broadway debut in the short-lived Marc Co... Read full article


Dark Victory (1939, Edmund Goulding)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Apr 5, 2018 From The Stop Button

Bette Davis and George Brent never kiss in Dark Victory. He?s a brilliant neurosurgeon, she?s a mysteriously ill young socialite. He saves her, they fall in love. But does he really save her?. Victory gives Davis an excellent part, right up until the end of the film. It?s a somewhat bumpy ride?in th... Read full article


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The first film adaptation of a Joseph Conrad novel.
This was the only film version of one of his novels or stories that Joseph Conrad actually saw.
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