The White Cliffs of Dover

The greatest love story of our time !

Categories: Drama, Romance, War
Susan travels with her father to England for a vacation. Invited to a society ball, Susan meets Sir John Ashwood and marries him after a whirlwind romance. However, American Susan never quite adjusts to life as a new member of the British gentry. Upon the outbreak of World War I, Ashwood is sent to the trenches and never returns. When her son goes off to fight in World War II, Susan fears the same tragic fate may befall him too.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1944-05-11
Run time: 126 minute / 2:6
Director: Clarence Brown
Writers: George Froeschel, Claudine West, Jan Lustig.
Production Company : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Country: United States of America



Irene Dunne
as Susan Dunn
Alan Marshal
as John Ashwood
Roddy McDowall
as John Ashwood II as a Boy
Frank Morgan
as Hiram Porter Dunn
Van Johnson
as Sam Bennett
C. Aubrey Smith
as Walter Forsythe
May Whitty
as Nanny
Gladys Cooper
as Jean Ashwood
Peter Lawford
as John Ashwood II as a Young Man
John Warburton
as Reggie Ashwood
Jill Esmond
as Rosamund
Brenda Forbes
as Gwennie
Norma Varden
as Mrs. Bland
Harry Allen
as English Cabbie
Wilson Benge
as Chauffeur
Matthew Boulton
as Immigration Officer
Edmund Breon
as Rupert Bancroft
Clifford Brooke
as Indian Major in Boardinghouse
Eldon Burkett
as Twin in Boardinghouse
Elton Burkett
as Twin in Boardinghouse
Bobby Callahan
as Messenger Boy
Charles Coleman
as Captain Davis
Clyde Cook
as Jennings
Alec Craig
as Billings
Ann Curzon
as Miss Lambert
Adrienne D'Ambricourt
as Madam at Dieppe Hotel
Guy D'Ennery
as Curate in Boardinghouse
George Davis
as Boots
Ian Wolfe
as Skipper of Honeymoon Boat
Larry Wheat
as Guest in Boardinghouse
Elizabeth Taylor
as Betsy Kenney at Age 10
Arthur Shields
as Benson
Anita Sharp-Bolster
as Miller
Mabel Row
as French Maid in Dieppe
J. Pat O'Malley
as Martin
Ottola Nesmith
as Orderly in Hospital
Gavin Muir
as Captain Griffiths
Leo Mostovoy
as Bandmaster in Dieppe
James Menzies
as Mike
Lal Chand Mehra
as Indian Student in Boardinghouse
Emily Massey
as Elegant Lady in Boardinghouse
Miles Mander
as Major Loring
June Lockhart
as Betsy Kenney at Age 18
Doris Lloyd
as Plump Lady at Boardinghouse
Adolf E. Licho
as Frenchman at Dieppe Train Station
Nelson Leigh
as British Naval Officer
Molly Lamont
as Helen Hampton
Charles Irwin
as Farmer Ben Kenney
Stuart Holmes
as Ball Guest
Keith Hitchcock
as Duke of Waverly
Joy Harington
as Nurse Margaret
Lumsden Hare
as The Vicar
Gerald Hamer
as Private
Ethel Griffies
as Woman on Train Opening Window
Gary Gray
as Boy at Dinner Table
Douglas Grant
as Corporal
Vera Graaff
as Duchess of Waverly
Arthur Gould-Porter
as Captain Portage
Bunny Gordon
as John Ashford II at 6 Months Old
Emily Fitzroy
as Spinster in Boardinghouse
Franklyn Farnum
as Ball Guest
Herbert Evans
as Footman
Isobel Elsom
as Mrs. Bancroft
Tom Drake
as Dying American Soldier
Vernon Downing
as Lieutenant Davis Herrick
Kay Deslys
as Blonde Woman
Norbert Müller
as Dietrich von Biesterburg
Steven Muller
as Gerhard von Biesterburg
Jean Prescott
as Mrs. Kenney
John Rogers
as Southampton Porter
George Kirby
as Old Man (uncredited)
Cedric Gibbons Art Direction
Edwin B. Willis Set Decoration

George J. Folsey Director of Photography

Randall Duell Art Direction

Warren Newcombe Special Effects

Costume & Make-Up
Jack Dawn Makeup Designer

George Froeschel Screenplay
Claudine West Screenplay

Costume & Make-Up
Gile Steele Costume Design

Charles E. Wallace Sound
Douglas Shearer Sound Director

A. Arnold Gillespie Special Effects

Robert Kern Editor

Sidney Franklin Producer

Herbert Stothart Original Music Composer

Clarence Brown Director

Clarence Brown Producer

Jan Lustig Screenplay

Robert H. Planck Director of Photography

Alice Duer Miller Poem

Costume & Make-Up
Irene Costume Supervisor

Ramsay Hill Technical Advisor

Murray Cutter Orchestrator

Al Jennings Assistant Director

Jacques Mersereau Set Decoration

Lou Smith Publicist

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