Ever in My Heart1933
Ever in My Heart is a 1933 American pre-Code drama film directed by Archie Mayo and starring Barbara Stanwyck, Otto Kruger, and Ralph Bellamy. Through the eyes of one woman, it portrays the tragic consequences of the virulent propaganda that spread false stories of atrocities and stigmatized anything German (including dachshunds, beer and third-generation citizens) during the Great War. TCM writer Greg Ferrara observes that “Ever in My Heart has fallen into obscurity but deserves a revival of interest. It covers difficult subject matter in a surprisingly straightforward and honest manner and though its story takes place during World War I, it has much to say about some of the very things that affect so many people today, all over the world. It remains relevant and most importantly, remains one of Barbara Stanwyck's best early efforts. “
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