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How Green was My Valley (1941)

Release Date: Oct 28, 1941
Description: Life is hard in a Welsh mining town and no less so for the Morgan family. Seen through the eyes of the family's youngest, Huw, we learn of the family's trials and tribulations. Family patriarch Gwyllim and his older sons work in the mines, dangerous and unhealthy as it is. Gwyllim has greater hopes for younger son how to honor his hard working parents. Huw who has his own ideas on how to honor his father. Daughter Angharad is the most beautiful girl in the valley and is very much in love with Mr. Gruffydd who isn't sure he can provide her the life she deserves. Times are hard and good men find themselves out of work and exploited by unseen mine owners. - via IMDB
Director: John Ford
Genres: Drama, Family
Type: Feature Film
General Rating: NR

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DVD (NR) - Audio Classic
Released: Jan 14, 2003
Library Call Number: PN1997 .H69
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