Reunion in France (1942) - Rotten Tomatoes

Reunion in France (1942)





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Joan Crawford headlines this romantic melodrama and plays a worldly French woman who is appalled to discover that her current lover may be a Nazi spy. This causes her to fall in love with a handsome American pilot (John Wayne) instead. The film is also known as Mademoiselle France.

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Joan Crawford
as Michele de la Becque
John Wayne
as Pat Talbot
Philip Dorn
as Robert Cortot
Albert Basserman
as Gen. Hugo Schroeder
John Carradine
as Ulrich Windler
Ann Ayars
as Juliette
Moroni Olsen
as Paul Grebeau
Henry Daniell
as Emile Fleuron
Howard Da Silva
as Anton Stregel
Edith Evanson
as Genevieve
Odette Myrtil
as Mme. Montanot
Peter Whitney
as Soldier with Candy
Ann Codee
as Rosalie
Natalie Schafer
as Frau Schroder
Felix Basch
as Pawnbroker
Paul Weigel
as Old Man
Barbara Bedford
as Mme. Vigouroux
Basil Bockasta
as Delivery Boy
Henry Kolker
as Gen. Bartholomae
Jo Gilbert
as Brunhilde
George Calliga
as Mons. Bertheil
Harry Adams
as Mons. Clemens
Larry Grenier
as Mons. de Brun
Ed Rickard
as Chauffeur
Louis Mercier
as Conductor
Adolph Milar
as Gestapo Agent
Carl Ekberg
as Soldier
Hans Furberg
as Soldier
Arno Frey
as Guide
Joel Friedkin
as Frenchman
Wilda Bieber
as Little Girl
Rodney Bieber
as Little Boy
Greta Keller
as Baroness von Steinkamp
Walter O. Stahl
as Baron von Steinkamp
Doris Borodin
as Saleslady
Jody Gilbert
as Brunhilde
Jack Zeller
as Young Man
Gayne Whitman
as Maitre d'Hotel
Ray de Ravenne
as Bartender
Eddie Lee
as Japanese
Tommy H. Lee
as Japanese
Muriel Barr
as Girls In Cafe
Norma Thelan
as Girls In Cafe
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Critic Reviews for Reunion in France

All Critics (2)

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).

December 24, 2006 | Rating: D | Full Review…

Ineffective wartime flagwaver that's all over the map as both a spy story and a woman's pic.

October 6, 2005 | Rating: C | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Reunion in France


A romantic melodrama that is badly dated, especially considering the fact that it top lines John Wayne and he doesn't get the girl in the last reel. There's been some criticism by other reviewers that Joan Crawford doesn't sound French. Then again neither does anyone else in the film. The rest of the cast.

Dean McKenna
Dean McKenna

Super Reviewer

Joan Crawford and John Wayne have zero chemistry, their acting style are completely at odds, the only thing they have in common is the first initial of their names which considering those are stage names pretty much sums up their relationship in this film, phoney. The direction is static which helps not at all. The MGM production values are as high as always but you could give this a pass and do something more worthwhile with your time.

jay nixon
jay nixon

Super Reviewer

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