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All This, and Heaven Too ()

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The film tells the story of a governess, Henriette Deluzy-Desportes (Bette Davis) who is accused of having an affair with her employer, the Duc de Praslin (Charles Boyer), and who is then accused of complicity in the murder of his wife, the Duchesse de Praslin (Barbara O'Neil). (Wikipedia.org)

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All This, and Heaven Too belongs to 8 collections
1. Academy Award - Oscar - Best Picture and Nominees (public: moderated by smviper00 - 31 stars)
2. Netflix Instant (public: moderated by somnivore - 27 stars)
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75 61%
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69 76%
Jan 31, 2017 Buff
40 27%
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90 57%
Jan 14, 2017 mjbreuer
76 67%
Jan 02, 2017 inmate inmate
77 49%
Nov 29, 2016 Dorkovsky Dorkovsky
7 85%
Oct 25, 2016 jerrywarton
66 58%
Sep 12, 2016 opiumden opium_den
100 78%
Aug 27, 2016 PUNQ
60 89%
Warner Bros' answer to Gone with the Wind (1939). A elegant film based on a intriguing real life story. Where it fails is that it tries to be too classic. Bette Davis is not allowed to add her flavour to the mix and the dialogue pulls it's punches. Actually he dialogue is corny in many cases. The one that comes out best of Anatole Litvak's directorial trap is Charles Boyer. He spoke much of his frustration through his facial expressions and those where spot on!
Jul 04, 2016 Col_Needham
70 29%
Jun 21, 2016 RavynLoony RavynLoony
88 95%
Jun 17, 2016 robot2xl robot2xl
74 83%
Feb 09, 2016 Sinemaestro Amadeus
76 85%
Feb 01, 2016 DougieD
40 7%
Dec 24, 2015 aday76 aday76
95 97%
Dec 11, 2015 MichaelOKeef
70 59%
Oct 04, 2015 genorae genorae
70 18%
Aug 25, 2015 kyvetti kyvetti
62 60%
Jul 31, 2015 GRouleau
75 66%
May 20, 2015 ecalder ecalder
76 87%
Apr 24, 2015 si-sak
70 73%
Jan 12, 2015 Caracortada
50 4%
Nov 10, 2014 meilhac meilhac
100 94%
Jan 01, 2014 JooJoo JooJoo
3 30%
Dec 26, 2013 FilmStar**
94 68%
Dec 18, 2013 leocorreia
90 64%
Sep 13, 2013 caocao caocao
71 63%
Aug 21, 2013 filmcricket
72 77%
May 21, 2013 sergebarber sergebarber
0 19%
May 04, 2013 norvaljones norval_jones
80 64%
May 02, 2013 Warren Warren
76 38%
May 01, 2013 WBadger WBadger
28 28%
Feb 13, 2013 Gordon_Cole Gordon Cole
75 60%
May 18, 2012 oskarhu oskarhu
80 70%
May 17, 2012 manymoons manymoons
77 55%
Jan 22, 2012 captain captain
80 74%
Sep 04, 2011 Hangarl
85 91%
May 14, 2011 Tee_Babe Tee Babe
75 72%
Dec 03, 2010 Madeline Madeline
97 69%
Nov 05, 2010 OfTheAllies OfTheAllies
60 34%
Aug 11, 2010 IMDb_byvotes IMDb-byvotes
75 70%
Mar 03, 2010 jeffv jeff_v
72 71%
What makes Bette Davis so moving in this film has to do with this theory I have about the way we feel about movie stars. To me, Bette Davis' roles are her past lives, each one displaying a different facet of her personality. In this way the long-suffering governess she plays in All This... gains added power because of its relation to her other roles. Mlle. Deluze-Deportes explains the manipulativeness of Margo Channing, or the crushed hopes of Charlotte Vale.
Jan 20, 2010 kneudorf kneudorf
40 22%
Jan 02, 2010 Raian_kun Raian-kun
90 68%
Nov 03, 2009 StephenWolfe
60 66%
May 25, 2009 allisoncm allisoncm
68 59%
May 19, 2009 imdb imdb
77 88%
May 17, 2009 dirtyzen dirtyzen
25 17%
Dec 26, 2008 Malcym
7 71%
Oct 11, 2008 Theodora Theodora
82 75%
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