Young Widow is a 1946 drama film directed by Edwin L. Marin, starring Jane Russell and Louis Hayward. It focuses on Joan Kenwood, a young journalist who can't get over her husband's death in World War II. Kenwood is reminded in large ways and small of her late husband during every one of her assignments. With The Outlaw still being withheld from general release, Young Widow represented the first time that most filmgoers ever saw a 25-year-old Jane Russell on the screen. Set during WWII, journalist Joan Kenwood , whose Air Corps photographer husband was killed on an air mission, returns to New...
|Release date:||March 4, 1946|
|Directed by:||Edwin L. Marin|
|Editor:||John M. Foley|
|Music by:||Carmen Dragon|
|Screenplay by:||Richard Macaulay, Margaret Buell Wilder, André De Toth|