Margaret Sullavan is bright and hopeful as the new salesgirl who is carrying on a pen pal romance with a man she's never met. Frank Morgan (the Wizard of Oz) is for once in a non-comic role and shows he could be a good dramatic actor.
The Shining Hour is a 1938 American romantic drama film directed by Frank Borzage, based on the 1934 play The Shining Hour by Keith Winter, and starring Joan Crawford and Margaret Sullavan. The supporting cast of the MGM film features Robert Young , Melvyn Douglas , Fay Bainter and Hattie McDaniel .
The Mortal Storm: Directed by Frank Borzage. With Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart, Robert Young, Frank Morgan. The Roth family leads a quiet life in a small village in the German Alps during the early 1930s.
For an instant, the ravishing Sullavan looks old and ill, touched by loss. Adaptations. The Shop Around the Corner was dramatized in two half-hour broadcasts of The Screen Guild Theater, first on September 29, 1940, with Margaret Sullavan and James Stewart, second on February 26, 1945, with Van Johnson and Phyllis Thaxter.
13/11/2017 · A stage and screen actress nominated for an Oscar for her performance in Three Comrades in 1938, Sullavan was known to be blunt and temperamental. An oft-told story about a disagreement on set between Fonda and Sullavan, recorded in Margaret Sullavan: Child of Fate by Lawrence J. Quick, ends with her jumping up and emptying a pitcher of water on Fonda.
Margaret Sullavan (1934-1936) Margaret Tallichet (1938-1981) Hijos: Catherine Wyler Judy Wyler David Wyler Melanie Ann Wyler William Wyler Jr. Educación; Educado en: Conservatorio de París: Información profesional; Ocupación: Director de cine Productor Guionista: Años activo: 1925-1970: Obras notables: El coleccionista; The Children's Hour ...
Carrera en Hollywood. Tras actuar en el teatro, Young firmó un contrato con la Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer —el estudio que tenía más estrellas que el cielo— y a pesar de tener un status de "nivel B", trabajó con algunas de las más ilustres actrices del estudio, tales como Margaret Sullavan, Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Helen Hayes, Luise Rainer, y Helen Twelvetrees, entre otras muchas.