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Was Sentimental Journey in a movie?

Sentimental Journey was remade in 1958 as The Gift of Love, with Lauren Bacall and Robert Stack….Sentimental Journey (film)

Sentimental Journey
Based on “The Little Horse” 1944 Good Housekeeping story by Nelia Gardener White
Produced by Walter Morosco

What’s the movie sentimental journey about?

Julie Beck (Maureen O’Hara) doesn’t tell her husband, theatrical director William Weatherly (John Payne), about her heart condition, but yearns for the child she always wanted while she has time. Although Bill is less enthused, Julie finds young orphan Hitty (Connie Marshall), and they soon adopt her. Julie and Hitty grow close as she helps the girl come to care for Bill. When Julie dies suddenly, Bill rejects Hitty’s attempt to comfort him — but with Julie’s ghost guiding her, Hitty persists.
Sentimental Journey/Film synopsis

What happened to Connie Marshall?

Marshall was forgotten until 2006 when — five years after her passing — news of her death on May 22, 2001 at age 68 from cancer became public. Although her potential was never fully utilized, she most certainly deserves a place in the Hollywood annals as one of filmdom’s more talented young actors.

Who are the actors in the movie Sentimental Journey?

Cast overview: John Payne William O. Weatherly Maureen O’Hara Julie Beck / Weatherly William Bendix Donnelly – Uncle Don Cedric Hardwicke Dr. Jim Miller (as Sir Cedric Hardwicke) Glenn Langan Judson

What was the name of the movie Maureen O’Hara was in?

She and John Payne co-starred in To the Shores of Tripoli (1942), Miracle on 34th Street (1947), Tripoli (1950) and Sentimental Journey (1958). Tyrone Power and she teamed up for The Black Swan (1942) and The Long Gray Line (1955).

Who was Julie O’Hara’s character in Sentimental Journey?

O’Hara’s character, Julie, sensing her own inevitable doom, decides to adopt a young orphan, Hitty played by Connie Marshall. to keep husband Bill company when she dies. Well, she does pass away, but the last thing Bill wants now is a little girl to take care of.

When did Maureen O’Hara get a star on the Walk of Fame?

With the growing television market in the 1950s and 1960s, O’Hara appeared as a guest star on numerous shows, and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on February 8, 1960. O’Hara never won an Academy Award for any individual performance, and was not even nominated as such.