Reunion in France (Mademoiselle France) (Reunion)
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Reunion in France (Mademoiselle France) (Reunion)
Better known as Reunion in France, this women's-magazine-style romantic melodrama was the first major production for director Jules Dassin -- who was promptly demoted back to the MGM "B" department when the picture tanked at the box office. Joan Crawford stars as Frenchwoman Michele de la Becque, who comes to believe that her fiancÚ, wealthy munitions manufacturer Robert Cortot (Philip Dorn) is a Nazi collaborator. When her suspicions are apparently corroborated, Michelle falls in love with Pat Talbot (John Wayne), a downed American aviator stranded in occupied Paris. Only then… More

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"One of the worst John Wayne pictures, actually more of a Joan Crawford-MGM fake vehicle, in which she plays a French model engaged to a seemingly pro-Nazi industrialist designer (played by Philip Dorn)."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
"Ineffective wartime flagwaver that's all over the map as both a spy story and a woman's pic."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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