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Mrs. Miniver a William Wyler production ; produced by Sidney Franklin ; screenplay by Arthur Wimperis ... [et al.] ; directed by William Wyler.

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    Mrs. Miniver 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.
    Other Title
    Mrs. Miniver.
    Burbank, CA : Turner Entertainment Co. ; Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, c2010
    Great Britain
    Other Authors/Editors
    Wyler, William, 1902-1981.
    Franklin, Sidney A., 1893-1972.
    Wimperis, Arthur, 1874-1953.
    Garson, Greer, 1904-1996.
    Pidgeon, Walter, 1897-1984.
    Wright, Teresa, 1918-2005.
    Whitty, May, Dame, 1865-1948.
    Owen, Reginald, 1887-1972.
    Travers, Henry, 1874-1965.
    Ruttenberg, Joseph, 1889-1983.
    Stothart, Herbert, 1885-1949.
    Struther, Jan, 1901-1953.
    Turner Entertainment Co.
    Warner Home Video (Firm)
    Title from container.
    Based on the book by Jan Struther.
    Originally released as a motion picture in 1942 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    Special features: Greer Garson Academy Awards footage; photo gallery; 2 World WAR II-era shorts: Mr. Blabbermouth and For the Common Defense; trailer.
    Cinematography, Joseph Ruttenberg ; musical score, Herbert Stothart.
    Director of photography, Joseph Ruttenberg ; art director, Cedric Gibbons ; editor, Harold F. Kress ; gowns by Kalloch, men's wardrobe by Gile Steele ; special effects, Arnold Gillespie, Warren Newcombe ; musical score, Herbert Stothart, song "Midsummer's Day" by Gene Lockhart, St. Luke's Choristers directed by Ripley Dorr.
    Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Teresa Wright, Dame May Whitty, Reginald Owen, Henry Travers.
    Greer Garson (Mrs. Miniver), Walter Pidgeon (Clem Miniver), 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).
    Originally produced as an American motion picture in 1942.
    DVD; NTSC; region 1; aspect ratio 4:3; mono.
    In English or dubbed French with optional subtitles in English, French, or Spanish; closed captioned.
    Winner, 1943 Academy Awards for Best Writing, Screenplay--George Froeschel, James Hilton, Claudine West, and Arthur Wimperis; Best Cinematography, Black-and-White--Joseph Ruttenberg; Best Actress in a Supporting Role--Teresa Wright; Best Actress in a Leading Role--Greer Garson; Best Director--William Wyler; Best Picture--Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

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    1 videodisc (133 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.

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