RT Video/DVD DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 53816212 LA In English or dubbed French; optional subtitles in English, French, or Spanish; closed-captioned. T1 Mrs. Miniver A1 Wyler, William,, Franklin, Sidney A.,, Wimperis, Arthur,, Froeschel, George., Hilton, James,, West, Claudine,, Garson, Greer,, Pidgeon, Walter,, Wright, Teresa,, Whitty, May,, Owen, Reginald,, Travers, Henry,, Ney, Richard., Wilcoxon, Henry,, Severn, Christopher,, Ruttenberg, Joseph,, Kress, Harold F.,, Gillespie, Arnold,, Newcombe, Warren., Stothart, Herbert,, Dorr, William Ripley., Struther, Jan,, St. Luke's Choristers (Long Beach, Calif.), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer., Loew's Incorporated., Turner Entertainment Co., Warner Bros. Entertainment., Warner Home Video (Firm), PB Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment ; Distributed by Warner Home Video PP [United States]; Burbank, CA YR 2010 SN 0790746646 9780790746647 AB "This story of an average English middle-class family begins with the summer of 1939; when the sun shone down on a happy, careless people, who worked and played, reared their children and tended their gardens in that happy, easy-going England that was so soon to be fighting desperately for her way of life and for life itself."--Title screens. [The film] dramatizes the effect of the Second World War on the English at home. Mrs. Kay Miniver's tranquil domestic existence is torn to shreds by the winds of war: her husband, Clem, disappears on a secret volunteer mission; eldest son, Vin, joins the RAF; and the village faces regular German bombings with a typically British stiff-upper-lip. Embodying understated British courage in the face of danger, Mrs. Miniver's mission is to stay alive, and keep her family together with hope, strength, and dignity.