The New Pictures, Apr. 22, 1946

From This Day Forward (RKO Radio) is a tardy but sincere filming of Thomas Bell's All Brides Are Beautiful, a novel (1936) about Depression in The Bronx. Its theme: the effort of decent, poor newlyweds to live as well as they can. Its thesis: love and fortitude can handle anything that economic injustice throws their way. The story is told mainly in flashbacks as Bill Cummings (Mark Stevens) goes through his old, familiar, woeful process of looking for a job,

He remembers Susan's (Joan Fontaine) sister and brother-in-law (Rosemary De Camp and Henry Morgan),...

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