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A nostalgic and patriotic film from director [[Performer~P97450~Henry King~henryking]] similar to such later films as [[Feature~V11008~The Corn Is Green~thecornisgreen]] (1945). [[Performer~P14003~Claudette Colbert~claudettecolbert]], stars as Nora Trinell, an aging schoolteacher awaiting a meeting with presidential candidate Dewey Roberts (Shepperd Strudwick). As Nora waits, she reflects on the past. It seems that a young Dewey ([[Performer~P15825~Douglas Croft~douglascroft]]) is Nora's pupil many years earlier in 1916, and has developed a schoolboy crush on his teacher, who encourages him to pursue his dreams. Nora, however, is quietly married to a fellow teacher, Dan Hopkins ([[Performer~P55602~John Payne~johnpayne]]), which inspires Dewey's jealousy when he discovers the truth. Tragedy awaits Dan, however, when he joins with the Canadian forces entering World War I. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi

  • Release date:December 25, 1941

Cast

Claudette Colbert
as Nora Trinell
John Payne
as Dan Hopkins
Anne Revere
as Miss Price
Ann E. Todd
as Kate Hill
Douglas Croft
as Dewey as a boy
Frieda Inescort
as Mrs. Dewey Roberts
Harry Hayden
as Mr. Roberts
Francis Pierlot
as Mr. Steele
Marie Blake
as Miss Cartwright
Chick Chandler
as Mr. Mason
John Hiestand
as Announcer
Selmar Jackson
as Graham
William Halligan
as Tom Hanlon
George Ernest
as Bill Tower
Harry Tyler
as Mr. Avery
Jo Gilbert
as Mrs. Avery
Irving Bacon
as Cecil
Paul Harvey
as Mr. Phillips
Thurston Hall
as Gov. Teller
Kay Linaker
as Society reporter
George Chandler
as Telegraph Operator
Geraldine Wall
as Beulah
William B. Davidson
as Committee Man
Virginia Brissac
as Mrs. Hill
Lillian West
as Teacher
Charles Tannen
as Slicker
Paul McVey
as Jeweler
Shepperd Strudwick
as Dewey Roberts
Cecil Weston
as Teacher
Paul Stanton
as Committeeman
Edgar Dearing
as Detective
Mae Marsh
as Teacher
Vera Lewis
as Teacher
James Blaine
as Doorman
Ruth Robinson
as Mrs. Pettit
Ethel Griffies
Byron Foulger
as Photographer

Crew

Henry King
Director
William Perlberg
Producer
Tess Slesinger
Screenwriter
Frank Davis
Screenwriter
George Barnes
Cinematographer
Alfred Newman
Composer (Music Score)
Richard Day
Art Director
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