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STURGES’ Much Heralded (Justifiably) Hit

STURGES’ Much Heralded (Justifiably) Hits

No list of Hollywood’s best films of the Forties doesn’t include 1941’s Sullivan’s Travels and The Miracle at Morgan’s Creek. The former, costarring Joel McCrea and Veronica Lake (pictured above), is widely considered (again, with justification) as Sturges most personal film. After all, it concerns  successful comedy director John L. Sullivan (McCrea), who pines to make a […]

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