In This Our Life (1942) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by John Huston and produced by Hal B. Wallis and David Lewis.
Bette Davis: In This Our Life, Now, Voyager, Mr. SkeffingtonBy 4 Star Film Fan on Mar 3, 2023 From 4 Star Films
In an effort to gain a greater appreciation for the breadth of both Bette Davis and Joan Crawford’s careers, we wanted to watch some of their films including a majority we hadn’t seen before. Here are some of our thoughts on a trio of Davis movies from 1940s Warner Bros: It sounds like ... Read full article
Bette's Back in In This Our LifeBy Amanda Garrett on Sep 30, 2016 From Old Hollywood Films
Today, I'm reviewing In This Our Life (1942), starring Bette Davis and Olivia de Havilland as battling sisters. The good folks at Warner Archive are bringing five classic Bette Davis movies back into print. Each Friday in September, I'll have a review of one of these movies (here's last week's r... Read full article
Bette Davis Blogathon: My review of In This Our Life (1942)By monty on Apr 4, 2016 From All Good Things
My good friend Crystal Pacey is holding a Bette Davis blogathon and I so wanted to contribute to it. So here's a review of In This Our Life: IN THIS OUR LIFE (1942) Top notch drama with Olivia de Havilland sharing the screen with grand diva Bette Davis. They play sisters who have conflicting lov... Read full article
BETTE DAVIS AS STANLEY TIMBERLAKE. IN THIS OUR LIFE ( 1942 )By Crystal Kalyana on Apr 17, 2015 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood
I’m proud to announce that I’m participating in the ‘Great Villain Blogathon’, which is hosted by Speakeasy, Shadows And Satin and Silver Screenings’. For my contribution I have chosen to exhibit a piece on Stanley Timberlake from “In This Our Life”, which i... Read full article
In This Our Life (1942)By Beatrice on Sep 1, 2014 From Flickers in Time
In This Our Life Directed by John Huston Written by Howard Koch from a novel by Ellen Glasgow 1942/USA Warner Bros. First viewing/Netflix rental John Huston directs a “woman’s picture?”? ?Yes, and it’s not bad. Stanley (Bette Davis) and Roy (Olivia de Havilland) Timberlake ... Read full article
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Both Bette Davis' and Olivia de Havilland's characters have masculine given names -- "Stanley" and "Roy," respectively. Interestingly, the film never hints that there is anything unusual about their names, nor does it offer any explanation.
Warner Bros. was named to the Honor Roll of Race Relations of 1942 because of its dignified portrayal of African-Americans in this film. However, scenes in which Ernest Anderson's character was treated in a friendly fashion were cut for showings in the South to avoid offending those viewers. The film was initially disapproved for export by the Office of Censorship in Washington, D.C., because it suggests that the Negro's testimony would be totally disregarded by the jury when it was disputed by a white person, which, in the South at the time and for long afterwards, was true.
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