How Green Was My Valley

How Green Was My Valley (1941)

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Directed by: John Ford

Starring: Anna Lee, Donald Crisp, Walter Pidgeon

Genres: Drama, Family

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Revealing mistake: When the notice of impending strike is posted in the town, the American spelling of "labor" is used. A Welsh signwriter would have spelt it "labour."

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Continuity mistake: After Huw has been beaten by his teacher and has staggered home, his brothers find him lying in the street. They are angered and horrified by what has happened - one of them says "He cut you to the bone". Yet when they pick him up to carry him home, we get a clear view of his back, and there isn't a mark on him.

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Trivia: This film beat the soon-to-be classic "Citizen Kane" by winning the Oscar for "Best Picture" at the 1942 Academy Awards.

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