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The Farmer's Daughter (25-Mar-1947)

Director: H. C. Potter

Writers: Allen Rivkin; Laura Kerr

From a play by: Juhni Jervataa

Music by: Leigh Harline

Producer: Dore Schary

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Keith Andes
12-Jul-1920 11-Nov-2005 Clash by Night
James Arness
26-May-1923 3-Jun-2011 Marshal Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke
William Bakewell
2-May-1908 15-Apr-1993 All Quiet on the Western Front
Lex Barker
8-May-1919 11-May-1973 The tenth to play Tarzan
Ethel Barrymore
15-Aug-1879 18-Jun-1959 None But the Lonely Heart
Don Beddoe
1-Jul-1903 19-Jan-1991 The Night of the Hunter
Charles Bickford
1-Jan-1891 9-Nov-1967 The Song of Bernadette
Joseph Cotten
15-May-1905 6-Feb-1994 Jedidiah Leland in Citizen Kane
Harry Davenport
19-Jan-1866 9-Aug-1949 Gone with the Wind
Frank Ferguson
25-Dec-1899 12-Sep-1978 Eli Carson on Peyton Place
Thurston Hall
10-May-1882 20-Feb-1958 Mr. Schuyler on Topper
Rose Hobart
1-May-1906 29-Aug-2000 East of Borneo
Charles Lane
26-Jan-1905 9-Jul-2007 Grumpy character actor
Tom Powers
7-Jul-1890 9-Nov-1955 Double Indemnity
Rhys Williams
31-Dec-1897 28-May-1969 The Bells of St. Mary's
Loretta Young
6-Jan-1913 12-Aug-2000 Platinum Blonde


Loretta Young   ...   Katrin Holstrom
Joseph Cotten   ...   Glenn Morley
Ethel Barrymore   ...   Mrs. Morley
Charles Bickford   ...   Clancy
Rose Hobart   ...   Virginia
Rhys Williams   ...   Adolph
Harry Davenport   ...   Dr. Matthew Sulven
Tom Powers   ...   Nordick
William Harrigan   ...   Ward Hughes
Lex Barker   ...   Olaf
Harry Shannon   ...   Mr. Holstrom
Keith Andes   ...   Sven
Thurston Hall   ...   Wilbur Johnson
Art Baker   ...   A. J. Finley
Don Beddoe   ...   Einar
James Arness   ...   Peter
Anna Q. Nilsson   ...   Mrs. Holstrom
John Gallaudet   ...   Van
William B. Davidson   ...   Eckers
Cy Kendall   ...   Sweeney
Frank Ferguson   ...   Martinaan
William Bakewell   ...   Windor
Charles Lane   ...   Jackson


Review by Tom McGill (posted on 13-Mar-2005)

Loretta Young is one of my favorite female stars of the 1940s, she was beautiful and always seem to light up the screen.

This film is a delight with a excellent cast -- the kind of movie they dont make anymore, I have seen this so many times on video that I cant even tell u the number.

Its a feel good movie and along with The Bishops Wife one of the best Loretta Young films -- well at least I think so. If you haven't seen this and enjoy old films from Hollywood's Golden era see it -- if you dont know much about Loretta Young, you will fall in love with her.

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