Edward, My Son
Edward, My Son is a 1949 British/American drama film directed by George Cukor for MGM-British that stars Spencer Tracy and Deborah Kerr. The screenplay by Donald Ogden Stewart is based on the 1947 play of the same title by Noel Langley and Robert Morley.
Canadian Arnold Boult (Spencer Tracy) and his wife Evelyn (Deborah Kerr) are celebrating the first birthday of their son Edward with their friend, physician Larry Woodhope (Ian Hunter), in their London home shortly after World War I. Arnold is about to embark upon a new career in finance with Harry Simpkin (Mervyn Johns), who has been released from prison after serving time on fraud charges.
|author||Donald Ogden Stewart Noel Langley Robert Morley|
|keywords||air force pilot canadian canadians engage former partner insurance money kill new car obsess old friend royal air force serve switzerland world war i world war ii young man|
|nomination||Academy Award for Best Actress|
|producer||Edwin H. Knopf|