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What's The Movie Arise, My Love About?

In 1939, American Tom Martin, who fought in the Spanish Civil War, awaits execution at the hands of the Fascist victors when reporter Augusta 'Gusto' Nash, for a scoop, aids him in an audacious escape. Of course, Tom tries to romance Gusto; but though she likes him, her career comes first, and Tom himself prefers freedom-fighting to settling down. Comedy becomes drama as their mixed feelings lead them on a circuitous path through the deepening chaos and catastrophe of the early days of World War II.

Here's the gay, glorious story of a war correspondent and a war ace...a romance that could happen only in 1940!

What's The Genre Of The Arise, My Love Movie?

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance

Who Stars In The Arise, My Love Movie?

When Was The Motion Picture Arise, My Love Released?

Released: November 8, 1940

What's The Runtime Of The Arise, My Love Movie?

Runtime: 110.0

How Popular Is The Arise, My Love Movie?

Popularity Rating: 1.241

What Studio(s) Produced The Arise, My Love Film?

Paramount Pictures

United States of America

Who Was On The Cast Of The Motion Picture Arise, My Love?

Augusta Nash Claudette Colbert
Tom Martin Ray Milland
Joe 'Shep' Shepard Dennis O'Keefe
M. Phillips Walter Abel
Pinky O'Connor Dick Purcell
Prison Governor George Zucco
Father Jacinto Frank Puglia
Susie Esther Dale
Bresson Paul Leyssac
Mme. Bresson Ann Codee
Col. Tubbs-Brown Stanley Logan
Lord Kettlebrook Lionel Pape
Achille Aubrey Mather
Botzelberg Cliff Nazarro
Dance Extra at Maxim's (uncredited) Bess Flowers
Uniformed English Correspondent (uncredited) Leyland Hodgson
Prussian Officer Rudolph Anders
Elevator Boy Charles Bastin
Waiter at Maxim's Eugene Borden
Uniformed Italian Correspondent Frank Bruno
Desk Clerk Paul Bryar
Fiacre Driver George Bunny
Passenger at Railroad Station James Carlisle
Girl at Maxim's Irene Coleman
Flower Woman Louise Colombet
Cameraman Alan Davis
Porter George Davis
Waiter at Maxim's Jean De Briac
French Newsboy Marcel De La Brosse
Bellboy Charles De Ravenne
Conductor Jean Del Val
Spanish Driver Juan Duval
Cafe Magenta Waiter Jon Easton
Spinster Sarah Edwards
Spinster Fern Emmett
Husband Paul Everton
Cab Driver Fred Farrell
Man at Railway Station Adolph Faylauer
Uniformed English Correspondent Gerald Fielding
German Sentry Hans Fuerberg
First Violin Gregory Golubeff
German Lieutenant Douglas Grant
American Correspondent Sherry Hall
Man at Maxim's Sam Harris
Employee Olaf Hytten
RAF Corporal Ellis Irving
Man at Maxim's Jack W. Johnston
Orchestra Leader Armand Kaliz
College Boy Douglas Kennedy
German Sentry Kurt Kreuger
American Correspondent Jack Luden
Mechanic Frank Malatesta
Spanish Mechanic Fred Malatesta
Joe - Botzelberg's Asst. Michael Mark
French Correspondent Alphonse Martell
French Newsboy Maurice Maurice
Employee Louis Mercier
Italian Correspondent Tony Merlo
Man at Maxim's Harold Miller
Uniformed American Correspondent Anthony Nace
Wife Mrs. Wilfrid North
Uniformed Clerk Nestor Paiva
Girl at Maxim's Nadia Petrova
Woman in Irish Pub Tempe Pigott
Employee Guy Repp
French Newsboy Francois Richier
Steward Reginald Sheffield
Passenger at Railroad Station Bert Stevens
French Correspondent Rafael Storm
Girl at Maxim's Amzie Strickland
Irish Fisherman David Thursby
Guard Jesus Topete
German Subaltern Sigfrid Tor
Employee Jacques Vanaire
Brunette at Maxim's Blanca Vischer
Hungarian Girl at Maxim's Poppy Wilde

Who Was On The Crew Of Arise, My Love The Movie?

Art — Art Direction: Hans Dreier
Art — Art Direction: Robert Usher
Camera — Director of Photography: Charles Lang
Directing — Director: Mitchell Leisen
Editing — Editor: Doane Harrison
Production — Producer: Arthur Hornblow Jr.
Sound — Original Music Composer: Victor Young
Writing — Screenplay: Billy Wilder
Writing — Screenplay: Charles Brackett
Writing — Story: Benjamin Glazer
Writing — Story: Hans Szekely

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