None But The Lonely Heart - (Re-issue Trailer)
A young ne'er-do-well (Cary Grant) tries to get his life on track to help his ailing mother (Ethel Barrymore) in None But The Lonely Heart (1944).
None But The Lonely Heart (1944) -- (Movie Clip) What Are Them Pills For?
London pawn shop proprietor "Ma" Mott (Ethel Barrymore in her Academy Award winning role) reveals her illness to friend Ike (Konstantin Shayne), then tangles again with her ne'er-do-well son Ernie (Cary Grant), in None But The Lonely Heart, 1944, from the Richard Llewellyn novel.
None But The Lonely Heart (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Might Be My Son
Lots of tone in the opening, leading man Cary Grant and supporting Barry Fitzgerald introduced, in the first of only two films directed (also scripted) by the playwright Clifford Odets, None But The Lonely Heart, 1944, also starring Ethel Barrymore, from the novel by Richard Llewellyn.
None But The Lonely Heart (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Black As The Ace
After a first spat with his long-suffering mother, Ernie (Cary Grant), back from his latest wanderings, in his London East End neighborhood, visits tolerant friend Aggie (Jane Wyatt), in None But The Lonely Heart, directed by Clifford Odets, from his screenplay and Richard Llewellyn's novel 1944.