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Given the omnipresence of the Motion Picture Production Code in 1940, the second film version of Robert E. Sherwood's Waterloo Bridge would have to be laundered and softened to pass muster. In the original, made in 1931, the heroine is nothing more or less than a streetwalker, patrolling London's Waterloo Bridge during World War I in hopes of picking up the occasional soldier. She falls in love with one of her clients, a young officer from an aristocratic family. Gently informed by the young man's mother that any marriage ...


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May 23, 2008


This is one of her best movies. Vivien Leigh is best known for her portrayal of Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With the Wind. But,if you re a fan of Vivien Leigh as I am you must see this movie. It stars her as a Ballerina and Robert Taylor as a soldier in WW1. She believes he is dead and must turn to prostitution. Later to find out he is alive and well.
The ending of this movie is un expected and her star quality shines though.She is as beautiful as ever. It is truly an amazing movie.

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