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Now, voyager (Motion picture)
Now, voyager / Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. presents ; a Warner Bros. First National picture ; screen play by Casey Robinson ; a Hal B. Wallis production ; directed by Irving Rapper.
Two-DVD special edition.
The Criterion Collection,
Copyright Date:
2 videodiscs (117 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (31 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm)
Mothers and daughters--Drama.
Single women--Drama.
Man-woman relationships--Drama.
Identity (Psychology)--Drama.
Romance films.
Film adaptations.
Fiction films.
Feature films.
Other Authors:
First National Pictures, Inc., production company.
Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967), production company.
Criterion Collection (Firm), publisher.
Motion picture adaptation of (work): Prouty, Olive Higgins, 1882-1974. Now, voyager.
Rapper, Irving, 1898-1999, film director.
Robinson, Casey, screenwriter.
Wallis, Hal B., 1899-1986, film producer.
Davis, Bette, 1908-1989, actor.
Henreid, Paul, actor.
Cooper, Gladys, 1888-1971, actor.
Granville, Bonita, 1923-1988, actor.
Loder, John, 1898-1988, actor.
Chase, Ilka, 1905-1978, actor.
Wickes, Mary, 1910-1995, actor.
Steiner, Max, composer (expression)
Bette Davis, Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Gladys Cooper, Bonita Granville, John Loder, Ilka Chase, Mary Wickes. Based on the novel by Olive Higgins Prouty. Originally released as a motion picture in 1942. Aspect ratio 1.37:1. Special features: new, restored 4K digital transfer; episode of The Dick Cavett Show from 1971 featuring actor Bette Davis; interview with actor Paul Henreid from 1980; new selected-scene commentary on the film's score by scholar Jeff Smith; new interview with film critic Farran Smith Nehme on the making of the film; new interview with costume historian Larry McQueen; two radio adaptations from 1943 and 1946; booklet containing an essay by scholar Patricia White and a 1937 reflection on acting by Davis.
Nervous spinster Charlotte Vale is stunted from growing up under the heel of her puritanical Boston Brahmin mother and remains convinced of her own unworthiness until a kindly psychiatrist gives her the confidence to venture out into the world on a South American cruise. Onboard, she finds her footing with the help of an unhappily married man. Their thwarted love affair may help Charlotte break free of her mother's grip, but will she find fulfillment as well as independence?
Criterion collection
YCPD572 -- Hiawatha Public Library (Hiawatha)
CAPH522 -- Iowa City Public Library (Iowa City)
OVUX522 -- University of Iowa Libraries (Iowa City)

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