The Shopworn Angel (1938) Rated G

Shopworn AngelA Texan GI is sent to New York for basic training before being shipped out to WWI. While there he meets a worldly actress and falls for her. Starring Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart, Walter Pidgeon, Hattie McDaniel

I really enjoyed this film even though it does have some flaws. There was an amazing transformation with Daisy Heath, the actress, from a stuck up non caring actress to a loving wanting to do what’s best woman. I did struggle with her love of two men and seeing how that could happen. With that being said, this film is a touching and quiet that doesn’t take you for a loop.

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