The Woman in White in the newspapers

In 1946, Eleanor Parker starred alongside Alexis Smith, Sydney Greenstreet and Gig Young in The Woman in White. The film was not released until 1948 but by then Eleanor Parker was an even bigger star and the film received a fair amount attention in the press. The following is a selection of newspaper clippings concerning The Woman in White, it's stars and the movie's original theatrical run:

Some images of Eleanor Parker and her Woman in White co-stars:

A pair of original advertisements for The Woman in White:

Here's a clipping announcing the casting for the film in 1946:

Finally, here is a review of The Woman in White from 1948:

1 comment:

  1. This is the 3rd time I'm writing a comment as I'm not sure it went through the first time. As always, Eleanor Parker saved the movie with her rendition of the two look-alike Fairlie cousins in this wonderful adaption of a timeless classic. The supporting cast was superb with Moorehead, Greenstreet and Alexis Smith. The best of all was John Abbott as the family hypochondriac. Unfortunately, Gig Young barely rose to the occasion but was adequate. I just bought the DVD and it was worth it.