Why are Shadow of a Doubt and Meet Me In St. Louis Secretly the Same Movie? (REUP Episodes 22/23)
World War II changed many elements of the entertainment industry, directing them to visions of a happier or at least more non-threatening time. That is why Alfred Hitchcock's "Shadow of a Doubt" and Vincente Minnelli's "Meet Me in St. Louis" were so anomalous. They both took place in bucholic small town... and both pulled no punches in revealing the sometimes surprising dark underside of those towns. While both have ostensible happy endings, they still leave lingering questions, which has kept the two of them as classics. Oh, yes, and Sally Benson was involved in writing the screenplays for both.
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