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"He isn't talkative about what happened to him during that dark period [during the war]. He says his outlook has changed some. Even the gayest and most lighthearted can't participate in a ghastly war without some mark being left. The fight with the Nazis made David Niven conscious of other things than the drama pages."

Niven's first post-war film roll was in the Hal Wallis production of THE PERFECT MARRIAGE, co-starring Loretta Young.

     


David Niven Returns to Hollywood (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946)

David Niven Returns to Hollywood (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946)

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