Waterloo Bridge

Genres: Drama, Romance
On the eve of World War II, a British officer revisits Waterloo Bridge and recalls the young man he was at the beginning of World War I and the young ballerina he met just before he left for the front. Myra stayed with him past curfew and is thrown out of the corps de ballet. She survives on the streets of London, falling even lower after she hears her true love has been killed in action. But he wasn't killed. Those terrible years were nothing more than a bad dream is Myra's hope after Roy finds her and takes her to his family's country estate.
Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1940-05-17
Run time: 108 minute / 1:48
Director: Mervyn LeRoy
Writers: S.N. Behrman, Hans Rameau, George Froeschel.
Production Company : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Country: United States of America

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Vivien Leigh
as Myra
Robert Taylor
as Roy Cronin
Lucile Watson
as Lady Margaret Cronin
Virginia Field
as Kitty
Maria Ouspenskaya
as Madame Olga Kirowa
C. Aubrey Smith
as The Duke
Janet Shaw
as Maureen
Janet Waldo
as Elsa
Steffi Duna
as Lydia
Virginia Carroll
as Sylvia
Leda Nicova
as Marie
Florence Baker
as Beatrice
Margery Manning
as Mary
Frances MacInerney
as Violet
Eleanor Stewart
as Grace
Lowden Adams
as The Duke's Butler
Harry Allen
as Taxi Driver
Jimmy Aubrey
as Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter
Phyllis Barry
as Second Girl at Estate Dance
Colin Campbell
as Groom
James Carlisle
as Party Guest
Rita Carlyle
as Flower Woman on Bridge
Leo G. Carroll
as Policeman
David Cavendish
as Generous Man at Estate Dance
David Clyde
as Barnes - Cronin's Butler
Kathryn Collier
as Barmaid
Tom Conway
as (voice)
Frank Dawson
as Vicar's Butler
Connie Emerald
as Waitress at Restaurant
Gilbert Emery
as Colonel at Luncheon
Herbert Evans
as Commissionaire
Maria Genardi
Dick Gordon
as Party Guest
Douglas Gordon
as Taxi Driver
Denis Greene
as Sergeant on Bridge
Ethel Griffies
as Mrs. Clark - Landlady
Bobby Hale
as Taxi Driver
Winifred Harris
as Dowager at Estate Dance
Halliwell Hobbes
as Vicar at St. Matthews
Harold Howard
as Ticket Collector at Waterloo Station
Charles Irwin
as Candlelight Club Announcer
Bill James
as Sergeant
George Kirby
as Waiter
Walter Lawrence
as Club Patron
Eric Lonsdale
as Soldier at Waterloo Station
Wilfred Lucas
as Elderly Huntsman at Estate Dance
Dan Maxwell
as Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter
James May
as Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter
Florine McKinney
as Viola - First Girl at Estate Dance
Charles McNaughton
as Mack the Waiter
Frank Mitchell
as Father
Edmund Mortimer
as Club Patron
Leonard Mudie
as Thomas Parker - Roy's Driver
Judith Nelles
as Gertrude - Tart at Waterloo Station
Gordon Orbell
as Newsboy
Tempe Pigott
as Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter
John Power
as Toff's Companion
Elsie Prescott
as Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter
Jean Prescott
as Third Girl at Estate Dance
Clara Reid
as Mrs. Bassett - Estate Dance
Fred Sassoni
as Newsboy
Paul Scardon
as Backdoor Stage Doorman
John Graham Spacey
as British Officer at Luncheon Table
Wyndham Standing
as Toff
Harry Stubbs
as Proprietor of Eating House
William Tetley
as Boy Opening Taxi Door
Cyril Thornton
as Sergeant
David Thursby
as First Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter
Norma Varden
as Hostess at Restaurant
Pat Welsh
Martha Wentworth
as Tart on Bridge at the End
Frank Whitbeck
as Trailer Narrator (voice)
Eric Wilton
as Head Waiter at Candlelight Club
Robert Winkler
as Boy Delivering Flowers
Douglas Wood
as Vicar at Estate Dance
Editing
George Boemler Editor

Directing
Mervyn LeRoy Director

Writing
S.N. Behrman Screenplay
Hans Rameau Screenplay
George Froeschel Screenplay
Robert E. Sherwood Theatre Play

Production
Sidney Franklin Producer

Sound
Herbert Stothart Original Music Composer

Art
Cedric Gibbons Art Direction

Costume & Make-Up
Adrian Costume Design
Gile Steele Costume Design

Camera
Joseph Ruttenberg Director of Photography

Art
Edwin B. Willis Set Decoration

Costume & Make-Up
Irene Costume Design

Sound
Douglas Shearer Sound Director





















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