Film: Since You Went Away
A black and white film from 1944 about a woman and her family coping on the home front when her husband is serving in WWII. Cast included a grown up Shirley Temple.Produced by David O. Selznik for United Artists. Nominated for a large passel of Oscars, and won some of the minor ones.Details are here, for now.
- Altar the Speed: Lampshaded and then averted.
- Anyone Can Die: Well, not anybody, but anybody who's left for the war.
- Star-Crossed Lovers: In an ironic twist, they are played by an actor/actress couple in the middle of a divorce, because the actress is having an affair with the screenwriter/producer.
- Train-Station Goodbye: The Trope Maker.