It is World War II in London. Jody Norris, a middle-aged American cosmetics expert, has lived in London for twenty years and contributes to the war effort. Her hard and straightforward appearance masks her loneliness that she had never married. She clings only to the memory of her true romantic love, Captain Bart Cosgrove, whom she has not seen since his death in World War I and who was probably killed. In her younger years, she had some wannabe beaus when she grew up in Pierson Falls, New York. These Beaus were Alec Pierson and Mac Tilton, who both wanted to marry her. But Bart Cosgrove was not. Instead, Jody focused on earning a living to achieve a unique goal. Despite the romantic attention of Lord Desham, Jody drops everything to meet American Lieutenant Gregory 'Grigsy' Pierson, the adopted son of Alec Pierson and his later wife Corinne. Grigsy has a week's holiday in London. Lord Desham understands Jody's connection to Grigsy and does everything to make her happy.
One of the most known movies produced by Mitchell Leisen is To Each His Own. First of all, I need to say that To Each His Own is not like the other Drama movies made according to the usual scheme. In the comparison to the other new movies, To Each His Own is a true gold. In the cast of the movie are Roland Culver and Bill Goodwin in the main roles. Mitchell Leisen is a director who stays behind all the great work and thanks to him To Each His Own looks as it looks. Enjoy watching, if you want to load your own subtitles you can do it in the player settings, you can also change quality to full hd.