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Unable to secure Hollywood-studio backing for his Depression-era agrarian drama , director King Vidor financed the picture himself, with the eleventh-hour assistance of Charles Chaplin. Intended as a sequel to Vidor's silent classic Charles Chaplin (1928) the film casts more

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… really beautiful and fascinating.

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