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|Genre/Form:||Academy Award films
|Document Type:||Visual material|
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|Notes:||Based on the novel Mrs. Miniver by Jan Struther, originally published in London in 1939.
Credits were supplied from: Film daily yearbook, 1943; AFI catalog, 1941-1950; DVD sleeve.
Originally distributed by Loew's Inc.
Playing time on release was 133 min., according to: AFI catalog, 1941-1950.
Copyright notice on DVD sleeve: c1942, Turner Entertainment Co.
Winner, 1942 Academy Awards (best picture, actress, supporting actress--Teresa Wright, director, screenplay).
|Credits:||Art director, Cedric Gibbons; song, Midsummer's day, by Gene Lockhart; cameraman, Joseph Ruttenberg; special effects, Arnold Gillespie, Warren Newcombe; editor, Harold F. Kress. Assistant director, Walter Strohm; art director associate, Urie McCleary; set decorations, Edwin B. Willis; gowns, Kalloch; men's wardrobe, Gile Steele; musical score, Herbert Stothart; director, St. Luke's Choristers, Ripley Dorr; recording director, Douglas Shearer; hair styles for Miss Garson, Sydney Guilaroff; publicity, Howard Dietz.|
|Cast:||Greer Garson (Mrs. Kay Miniver), Walter Pidgeon (Clem Miniver). With Teresa Wright (Carol Beldon), Dame May Whitty (Lady Beldon), Reginald Owen (Foley), Henry Travers (Mr. Ballard), Richard Ney (Vin Miniver), Henry Wilcoxon (vicar). Christopher Severn (Toby Miniver); Brenda Forbes (Gladys "Housemaid"); Clare Sandars (Judy Miniver); Marie de Becker (Ada); Helmut Dantine (German flyer); John Abbott (Fred); Connie Leon (Simpson); Rhys Williams (Horace); Paul Scardon (Nobby); Ben Webster (Ginger); Aubrey Mather (George, innkeeper); Forrester Harvey (Huggins); Billy Bevan (conductor); Florence Wix (woman with dog); Bobby Hale (old man); Alice Monk (passenger); Ottola Nesmith (saleslady); Douglas Gordon (porter); Miles Mander (voice of Lord Haw Haw); Gerald Oliver Smith (car dealer); Alec Craig (Joe); Clara Reid (Mrs. Huggins); Harry Allen (William); Leslie Vincent (dancing partner); John Burton (Halliday); Leonard Carey (Lady Beldon's butler); Eric Lonsdale (Marston); Guy Bellis (barman); Charles Irwin (Mac); Ian Wolfe (dentist); Dave Thursby (farmer); Charles Bennett (milkman); Arthur Wimperis (Sir Henry); Sidney Franklin (man at flower show); David Clyde (Carruthers); Colin Campbell (Bickles); Herbert Clifton and Leslie Francis (doctors); Frank Baker, Leslie Sketchley, Emerson Fisher-Smith, and Colin Kenny (policemen); Dave Dunbar, Art Berry, Sr., and Sid D'Albrook (men in store); St. Luke's Choristers; Gene Byram, Virginia Bassett, Aileen Carlyle, Irene Denny, Herbert Evans, Eula Morgan, Vernon Steele, Vivie Steele, Marek Windheim, Tudor Williams (glee club members); Kitty Watson, Hugh Greenwood, Sybil Bacon, Florence Benson (contestants); Harold Howard (judge); Billy Engle (townsman); Louise Bates (Miniver guest); Edward Cooper (waiter); Walter Byron, Ted Billings, Dan Maxwell, Frank Atkinson, Henry King, Gil Perkins, John Power (men in tavern); Thomas Louden (Mr. Verger); Peter Lawford (pilot); Stanley Mann (workman).|
|Other Titles:||Mistress Miniver
For the common defense.
|Responsibility:||Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. ; producer, Sidney Franklin ; director, William Wyler ; screenplay, Arthur Wimperis, George Froeschel, James Hilton, Claudine West ; contributing writers, R.C. Sherriff and Paul Osborn.|