The Eve of St. Mark is a 1944 American romantic comedy film directed by John M. Stahl and starring Joseph Cotten, Jennifer Jones, and Ethel Barrymore. The film is based on the 1942 play of the same name by Maxwell Anderson. The film tells the story of a young woman named Eve who is engaged to a man named Mark. Eve is a romantic and believes in love at first sight. Mark, on the other hand, is more practical and believes that love is a matter of convenience. Eve and Mark's relationship is tested when Eve meets a handsome stranger named Peter. Peter is everything that Mark is not: romantic, charming, and adventurous. Eve is drawn to Peter and begins to question her engagement to Mark. The Eve of St. Mark is a beautiful and romantic film that explores the nature of love and relationships. The film is well-acted and the story is engaging. The Eve of St. Mark is a classic film that is sure to please fans of romantic comedies.

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The Eve of St. Mark (1944)

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The Eve of St. Mark is a 1944 American romantic comedy film directed by John M. Stahl and starring Joseph Cotten, Jennifer Jones, and Ethel Barrymore. The film is based on the 1942 play of the same name by Maxwell Anderson. The film tells the story of a young woman named Eve who is engaged to a man named Mark. Eve is a romantic and believes in love at first sight. Mark, on the other hand, is more practical and believes that love is a matter of convenience. Eve and Mark's relationship is tested when Eve meets a handsome stranger named Peter. Peter is everything that Mark is not: romantic, charming, and adventurous. Eve is drawn to Peter and begins to question her engagement to Mark. The Eve of St. Mark is a beautiful and romantic film that explores the nature of love and relationships. The film is well-acted and the story is engaging. The Eve of St. Mark is a classic film that is sure to please fans of romantic comedies.

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Status

Released

Language

English

Country

United States
Cast
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Anne Baxter

Janet Feller
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William Eythe

Pvt. Quizz West
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Michael O'Shea

Pvt. Thomas Mulveroy
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Vincent Price

Pvt. Francis Marion
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Ruth Nelson

Nell West
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Ray Collins

Deckman West
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Stanley Prager

Pvt. Glinka
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Harry Morgan

Pvt. Shevlin (as Henry Morgan)
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Robert Bailey

Cpl. Tate
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Joann Dolan

Lill Bird
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Toni Favor

Sal Bird
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George Mathews

Sgt. Ruby
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John Archer

Pvt. Carter
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Murray Alper

Sgt. Kriven
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Dickie Moore

Zip West
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Rod Bacon

Soldier (uncredited)
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Martin Black

Bit Role (uncredited)
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Harry Carter

Medical Officer (uncredited)
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Jimmy Clark

Neil West (uncredited)
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Roger Clark

The Captain (uncredited)
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Skipper the Dog

Skipper (uncredited)
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Blake Edwards

Soldier (uncredited)
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David Essex

Guide (uncredited)
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Reed Hadley

Radio announcer (voice) (uncredited)
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Arthur Hohl

Sheep Wagon Driver (uncredited)
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Milton Kibbee

Peter Feller (uncredited)
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Matt McHugh

Cab Driver (uncredited)
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Michael Owen

Soldier (uncredited)
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B.S. Pully

Waiter (uncredited)
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Joven E. Rola

Pepita (uncredited)
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Harry Shannon

Chaplain (uncredited)
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Harry Strang

Military Policeman (uncredited)
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George Tyne

Polinski (uncredited)
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John Whitney

Soldier (uncredited)
Crew
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John M. Stahl

Director
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Maxwell Anderson

Writer
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George Seaton

Writer
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