Mrs. Miniver (1960) (TV)

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  • MRS. MINIVER


    DIRECTED BY MARC DANIELS
    COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM


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    Information from IMDb


    Plot Summary
    Mrs. Kay Miniver and her family live a comfortable life at a house
    called 'Starlings' in a village outside London.
    The house has a large garden, with a private landing stage on the river Thames, and a motorboat.
    Her husband Clem is a successful architect.
    They have live-in staff:
    Written by ethanedwards


    Full Cast
    Maureen O'Hara ... Mrs. Miniver
    Leo Genn ... Clem Miniver
    Cathleen Nesbitt ... Lady Beldon (as Kathleen Nesbitt)
    Paul Roebling ... Vin Miniver
    Juliet Mills ... Carol Beldon
    Ian Martin ... Mr. Ballard
    Beulah Garrick ... Gladys
    George Turner ... Mr. Foley
    Ronald Long ... Vicar
    Joan Terrace ... Judy Miniver
    Keir Dullea ... German Pilot
    Peter Lazer ... Toby Miniver


    Writing Credits
    Jan Struther novel

    Best Wishes
    Keith
    London- England

    Edited once, last by ethanedwards ().

  • Mrs. Miniver was originally a 1942 drama film directed by William Wyler
    and starring Greer Garson in the title role.
    It was based on the fictional English housewife created by
    Jan Struther in 1937 for a series of newspaper columns,
    Mrs. Miniver.The film won six Academy Awards,
    including Best Picture, Best Actress, and Best Director.
    A sequel The Miniver Story was made in 1950 with
    Garson and Pidgeon reprising their roles.
    This the 90 minutes television adaptation was broadcast on CBS in 1960

    Best Wishes
    Keith
    London- England

  • :excl:

    In this regard, I can not find the DVD of this show with Maureen.
    If you have or if you know where I can find it, I'd appreciate it.
    Of course, all costs are my responsibility ...
    Thank you in advance

    :holiday_irish:

    Unconditional's Maureen O'Hara !
    French-English translation: poor !!!
    :blush: