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Gone to Earth (1950)

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Starring (View all)
Jennifer Jones Jennifer Jones
Hazel Woodus
David Farrar David Farrar
John 'Jack' Reddin
Cyril Cusack Cyril Cusack
Edward Marston
Sybil Thorndike Sybil Thorndike
Mrs. Marston
Edward Chapman Edward Chapman
Mr. James
Esmond Knight Esmond Knight
Abel Woodus
Hugh Griffith Hugh Griffith
Andrew Vessons
George Cole George Cole
Cousin Albert


Written by (View all)
Mary Webb Mary Webb
(novel)


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Gone to Earth

3 weeks, 4 days ago at Nov 15 21:42
I was deeply surprised to discover this little gem of a movie. It was released after the crowning achievements of The Red Shoes and Black Narcissus, and while Gone to Earth is not their equal, it is a minor glory that deserves a reappraisal and discovery. Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger also give us a glimpse of what star Jennifer Jones’ career and performing styles could have been without... read more
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Description: The brooding British romantic drama Gone to Earth is better known by its American title The Wild Heart. Filmed in England and cofinanced by David O. Selznick and Alexander Korda, the film stars Jennifer Jones (Mrs. Selznick) as Hazel Woodus, a tempestuous Welsh gypsy maid who can't seem to stay out of trouble. Feeling more of a kinship with woodland animals than with human beings, the Hazel enters into a loveless marriage with minister Edward Marston (Cyril Cusack). Believing she's been born under a curse which will punish her if she ever truly falls in love, Hazel does her best to suppress her carnal desires, but gives up the s ... (more)
Release date: 6 November 1950
Tags: Romance (1), Drama (1), 1950 (1)
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JxSxPx posted a review 3 weeks, 4 days ago

Gone to Earth

“I was deeply surprised to discover this little gem of a movie. It was released after the crowning achievements of The Red Shoes and Black Narcissus, and while Gone to Earth is not their equal, it is a minor glory that deserves a reappraisal and discovery. Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger also give us a glimpse of what star Jennifer Jones’ career and performing styles could have been without her puppet master.   Not that David O. Selznick didn’t try to extend some oppressive control over the project, but Powell and Pressburger ignored them and made the movie they wanted to anyway. In a moment that perfectly illustrates how he harmed her career over time, Selznick eventually brought in director Rouben Mamoulian to shoot new scenes, made extensive edits, renamed it as The Wild Hea” read more

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" David Farrar and Jennifer Jones Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, Directors Mary Webb (Novel), Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (Writers)"


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