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Now, Voyager
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Bette Davis

Bette Davis

Charlotte Vale
Paul Henreid

Paul Henreid

Jerry Durrance
Claude Rains

Claude Rains

Dr. Jaquith
Gladys Cooper

Gladys Cooper

Mrs. Henry Vale
Bonita Granville

Bonita Granville

June Vale
John Loder

John Loder

Elliot Livingston
Ilka Chase

Ilka Chase

Lisa Vale
Lee Patrick

Lee Patrick

'Deb' McIntyre


Written by
Casey Robinson

Casey Robinson

(screenplay)
Olive Higgins Prouty

Olive Higgins Prouty

(from the novel by)


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4 years, 9 months ago at Apr 29 9:46
When you mention "Now, Voyager" you talk about soap opera in its grandest form. An ugly duckling story which is the blueprint for others that followed. But that's just one aspect of this heartbreak drama, it is also a maternal war and a forbidden romance between a married man and a single woman, that curiously, was a Hollywood norm at the time. It's as if that immorality was more romantic than any... read more

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4 years, 4 months ago at Sep 20 8:17
Really three films in one, Now, Voyager is an absolutely intoxicating experience. One part breathless romance, one part character transformation and one part kindred-spirit-soothes-all-wounds weepie, this is the Warner Brother’s melodrama to end them all. A towering acting achievement in Bette Davis’ illustrious crown in which she changes from dowdy and neurotic to glamorous and confident soci... read more

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1 year, 10 months ago at Mar 11 19:33
Charlotte Vale is a young woman who lives with an abuisive mother, on a verge of a breakdown Charlotte is sent off to a sanatorium, where afterwards she comes out a new woman. The movie is a wounderfull story about over coming obstacles, and finding out what really matters in life. I really enjoyed the movie and thought Bette Davis was at her best, Bette is an outstanding actress and this is one o... read more
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Description: The love story of Charlotte Vale, a middle-aged spinster who suffers a nervous breakdown because of her domineering mother and is finally freed after a brief love affair with Jerry, a man she meets while on a cruise after spending time in a sanitarium. They never marry, but through a miracle of chance Vale ends up raising his daughter ... (more)
Release date: 31 October 1942
UPC: 012569503120
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“Charlotte Vale is a young woman who lives with an abuisive mother, on a verge of a breakdown Charlotte is sent off to a sanatorium, where afterwards she comes out a new woman. The movie is a wounderfull story about over coming obstacles, and finding out what really matters in life. I really enjoyed the movie and thought Bette Davis was at her best, Bette is an outstanding actress and this is one of those examples.” read more

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Now, Voyager

“Really three films in one, Now, Voyager is an absolutely intoxicating experience. One part breathless romance, one part character transformation and one part kindred-spirit-soothes-all-wounds weepie, this is the Warner Brother’s melodrama to end them all. A towering acting achievement in Bette Davis’ illustrious crown in which she changes from dowdy and neurotic to glamorous and confident socialite. It’s also one hell of a move, a fine example of the phrase “They don’t make ‘em like they used to.”

Now, Voyager sees Charlotte Vale start life with her elderly domineering shrew of a mother (Gladys Cooper). Because of her mother’s manipulations and constant put-downs, Charlotte is half a person. Davis obviously relishes this section of the film – she’s padded out ” read more

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