Miss Susie Slagle's
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|Miss Susie Slagle's|
|Directed by||John Berry|
|Produced by||John Houseman|
|Written by||Hugo Butler
|Story by||Augusta Tucker (Novel)|
|Music by||Daniele Amfitheatrof|
|Edited by||Archie Marshek|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures (original), Universal Pictures (current)|
A nursing student falls in love with a young medical intern in 1910 Baltimore, but their lives start to fall apart when he catches a deadly disease.
|Veronica Lake||Nan Rogers|
|Sonny Tufts||Pug Prentiss|
|Joan Caulfield||Margaretta Howe|
|Lillian Gish||Miss Susie Slagle|
|Lloyd Bridges||Silas Holmes|
|Bill Edwards||Elijah Howe, Jr.|
|Billy De Wolfe||Ben Mead|
Augusta Tucker's novel was published in 1939. Paramount paid $20,000 for the film rights.
|“||One would refrain from recommending Miss Susie Slagle's as a fine drama of medical school. But it is a cheerful, nostalgic and personally engaging little picture of fabricated life.||”|
- Erickson, Hal. "Miss Susie Slagle's > Overview". AllMovie. Retrieved 2010-10-04.
- Churchill, Douglas (14 August 1939). "News of the Screen: Philippine Official to View Goldwyn's 'Real Glory' That Drew Protests--Five Openings This Week At Paramount Studio Coast Scripts". New York Times. p. 17.
- Crowther, Bosley (1946-02-07). "Original ''New York Times'' review". Movies.nytimes.com. Retrieved 2010-10-04.
- "Lux Star". Harrisburg Telegraph. October 19, 1946. p. 17. Retrieved September 29, 2015 – via Newspapers.com.