Portrait of Jennie

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The plot

In Depression-era New York, painter Eben Adams (Joseph Cotten) despairs at his lack of success. One cold winter evening in Central Park, he meets an enigmatic, old-fashioned little girl, Jennie Appleton (Jennifer Jones), who captures his fancy when she asks him to wait for her to grow up. Soon after, Eben sells a sketch of Jennie to kindly art dealer Miss Spinny (Ethel Barrymore) and, as he meets the oddly mutable Jennie in fleeting moments, begins to realize they share a special destiny.
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Release details

US release:

1948

Cast and crew

Director:

William Dieterle

Cast:

Henry Hull, David Wayne, Cecil Kellaway, Lillian Gish, Ethel Barrymore, Joseph Cotten, Jennifer Jones, Florence Bates

Music:

Dimitri Tiomkin

Production Designer:

Joseph B Platt, Joseph McMillan Johnson

Editor:

Gerard Wilson

Cinematography:

Joseph August

Screenwriter:

Peter Berneis, Paul Osborn

Producer:

David O Selznick

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