Thought Quality Street is not a particularly wonderful film, Hepburn is gorgeous as a flirtatious young woman and Fay Bainter is a bundle of confused delight trying to keep up with her. I am not particularly a huge fan of Franchot Tone. I've decided that I find his acting flat and uninteresting, he doesn't seem to have any presence on film, more so when he tries to play at romance. I was surprised to find that Joan Fontaine was in this film. She was so well disguised as a spinster, I didn't recognize her. Quality Street was her first film for the RKO studio, she was uncredited.
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My Son John (1952) A woman suspects her son is a Communist spy. Cast: Helen Hayes, Van Heflin, Dean Jagger, Robert Walker Dir: Leo McCarey