So Well Remembered (1947)

So Well Remembered poster

Alliance Productions Ltd.
 John Mills, Martha Scott, Trevor Howard
Directed by: Edward Dmytryk

Cat Out of the Bag Alert!  This review contains some spoilers for this film!

Synopsis: Mayor George Boswell (John Mills) reminisces about his lifelong fight for the underprivileged workers in a Lancashire mining town as well as the love in his life.

Purr Blurs: In one scene George’s friend Dr. Whiteside (Trevor Howard) is seen exiting the home of one of the workers. A black and white kitten is sitting on a wall nearby. The kitten turns around and jumps off the wall.

So Well Remembered - black and white kitten on wall

So Well Remembered - black and white kitten about to jump off wall

Later the residents of the poor town are hurrying to a makeshift clinic to get diptheria vaccine shots for the children. As a woman and her son exit their home another kitten with what appears to be calico markings can be seen sitting on the windowsill.

So Well Remembered - calico kitten on windowsill

Final Mewsings: Cats are not ashamed to be poor.

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