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Waterloo Bridge

Title
Waterloo Bridge (2022)
Waterloo Bridge
Year
2022
Catalog
Genre
IMDB
Rating
7.7 from 10 with total 100 votes
Premiere
1940-05-17
Runtime
109 minutes
Description
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.
Cast

Vivien Leigh character Myra

Robert Taylor character Roy Cronin

Lucile Watson character Lady Margaret Cronin

Virginia Field character Kitty

Maria Ouspenskaya character Madame Olga Kirowa

C. Aubrey Smith character The Duke

Janet Shaw character Maureen

Janet Waldo character Elsa

Steffi Duna character Lydia

Virginia Carroll character Sylvia

Leda Nicova character Marie

Florence Baker character Beatrice

Margery Manning character Mary

Frances MacInerney character Violet

Eleanor Stewart character Grace

Lowden Adams character The Duke's Butler (uncredited)

Harry Allen character Taxi Driver (uncredited)

Jimmy Aubrey character Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter (uncredited)

Phyllis Barry character Second Girl at Estate Dance (uncredited)

Colin Campbell character Groom (uncredited)

James Carlisle character Party Guest (uncredited)

Rita Carlyle character Flower Woman on Bridge (uncredited)

Leo G. Carroll character Policeman (uncredited)

David Cavendish character Generous Man at Estate Dance (uncredited)

David Clyde character Barnes - Cronin's Butler (uncredited)

Kathryn Collier character Barmaid (uncredited)

Tom Conway character (voice) (uncredited)

Frank Dawson character Vicar's Butler (uncredited)

Connie Emerald character Waitress at Restaurant (uncredited)

Gilbert Emery character Colonel at Luncheon (uncredited)

Herbert Evans character Commissionaire (uncredited)

Maria Genardi character Dancers' Italian Mother (uncredited)

Dick Gordon character Party Guest (uncredited)

Douglas Gordon character Taxi Driver (uncredited)

Denis Greene character Sergeant on Bridge (uncredited)

Ethel Griffies character Mrs. Clark - Landlady (uncredited)

Bobby Hale character Taxi Driver (uncredited)

Winifred Harris character Dowager at Estate Dance (uncredited)

Halliwell Hobbes character Vicar at St. Matthews (uncredited)

Harold Howard character Ticket Collector at Waterloo Station (uncredited)

Charles Irwin character Candlelight Club Announcer (uncredited)

Bill James character Sergeant (uncredited)

George Kirby character Waiter (uncredited)

Walter Lawrence character Club Patron (uncredited)

Eric Lonsdale character Soldier at Waterloo Station (uncredited)

Wilfred Lucas character Elderly Huntsman at Estate Dance (uncredited)

Dan Maxwell character Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter (uncredited)

James May character Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter (uncredited)

Florine McKinney character Viola - First Girl at Estate Dance (uncredited)

Charles McNaughton character Mack the Waiter (uncredited)

Frank Mitchell character Father (uncredited)

Edmund Mortimer character Club Patron (uncredited)

Leonard Mudie character Thomas Parker - Roy's Driver (uncredited)

Judith Nelles character Gertrude - Tart at Waterloo Station (uncredited)

Gordon Orbell character Newsboy (uncredited)

Tempe Pigott character Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter (uncredited)

John Power character Toff's Companion (uncredited)

Elsie Prescott character Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter (uncredited)

Jean Prescott character Third Girl at Estate Dance (uncredited)

Clara Reid character Mrs. Bassett - Estate Dance (uncredited)

Fred Sassoni character Newsboy (uncredited)

Paul Scardon character Backdoor Stage Doorman (uncredited)

John Graham Spacey character British Officer at Luncheon Table (uncredited)

Wyndham Standing character Toff (uncredited)

Harry Stubbs character Proprietor of Eating House (uncredited)

William Tetley character Boy Opening Taxi Door (uncredited)

Cyril Thornton character Sergeant (uncredited)

David Thursby character First Cockney in Air-Raid Shelter (uncredited)

Norma Varden character Hostess at Restaurant (uncredited)

Pat Welsh character (uncredited)

Martha Wentworth character Tart on Bridge at the End (uncredited)

Eric Wilton character Head Waiter at Candlelight Club (uncredited)

Robert Winkler character Boy Delivering Flowers (uncredited)

Douglas Wood character Vicar at Estate Dance (uncredited)