Old Acquaintance

Old Acquaintance (1943)
Bette Davis and Miriam Hopkins are childhood friends who, as adults, compete in every area of their lives. Hopkins is an overly excitable successful writer of potboilers with the husband and daughter serious writer Davis longs for. Sometimes poignant, sometimes funny, always worth discovering. See these two powerful actresses in another great movie, The Old Maid (1939).

Not familiar with Miriam Hopkins? Catch her in the these delightful Ernst Lubitsch comedies: Trouble in Paradise (1932) and Design for Living (1933).

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