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To Each His Own (1946)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1946
Running time:142 minutes
Cast:Mary Anderson (I), Griff Barnett, Gladys Blake, Harlan Briggs, Jack Clifford
Director:Mitchell Leisen
Producer:Charles Brackett
Distributor:Paramount Pictures [us]

Description: Olivia De Havilland won the first of her two Academy Awards for To Each His Own. During World War I, De Havilland falls in love with a young soldier (John Lund). He is killed in battle before they can marry, leaving De Havilland to raise their child alone. She gives the baby up for adoption, then goes to work in the cosmetic business, working her way up to an executive post. While in London on business during World War II, Olivia comes face to face with her grown son (John Lund again), now a military officer himself. Though she resists revealing her true identity, mother and son are brought together by a wise old British peer (Roland Culver). Olivia De Havilland's Oscar win was doubly sweet in that To Each His Own was her first film after an enforced two-year absence, brought about when she sued Warner Bros. to get out of her restrictive contract. Long available only in washed-out TV prints, To Each His Own was eventually restored to its pristine 35-millimeter glory by the American Film Institute.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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