The White Cliffs of Dover
The White Cliffs of Dover (1944)

The White Cliffs of Dover is one of those overlong MGM wartime films that everyone seems to have seen a part of, but no one can remember the film as a sum total. Based on a poem by Alice Duer Miller, the story chronicles the trials and… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: April 28, 1993
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TIME Magazine

It may well give genuine admirers of good cinema and credible Englishmen the jimjams.

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TV Guide's Movie Guide

Alice Duer Miller's poem was the inspiration for this sentimental look at the ravages of war and at the courage of one woman who lost both her husband and son in the two world wars that dominated this century.

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Variety Staff

Dunne gives an excellent performance, as does Alan Marshal, playing her husband, while Roddy McDowall stands out sharply as their son.

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Bosley Crowther
New York Times

A Cinderella story in sweet disguise.

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