How Green Was My Valley (film)

Knowledge Identifier: $How_Green_Was_My_Valley_(film)


How Green Was My Valley (film)

1941 drama film directed by John Ford add

Category: Movies & TV (402)

Launched in 1941.

Countries: United States (60%), Ireland (13%), France (7%)

Main connections: John Ford, Donald Crisp, Sara Allgood

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"'How Green Was My Valley"' is a 1941 drama film directed by John Ford add something


Arthur Charles Miller - Arthur Miller was nominated for the Academy *award for Best Cinematography seven times, winning it in 1942 for "How Green Was My Valley", again in 1944 for "The Song of Bernadette", and a third time in 1947 for "Anna and the King of Siam"


Donald Crisp - He won an Academy *award for Best Supporting Actor in 1942 for his performance in "How Green Was My Valley"


"How Green Was My Valley" was adapted as a radio play on the March 22, 1942 broadcast of the Ford Theatre, with Sara Allgood, Donald Crisp, Roddy McDowell, Maureen O'Hara and Walter Pidgeon add something


It was adapted on three broadcasts of Lux Radio Theater: on September 21, 1942, with Allgood, Crisp, O'Hara, McDowell and Pidgeon; on March 31, 1947, with Crisp and David_Niven; and on September 28, 1954, with Crisp and Donna Reed add something


John Ford - In 1955, Ford made the lesser-known West Point drama The Long Gray Line for Columbia Pictures, the first of two Ford films to feature Tyrone Power, who had originally been slated to star as the adult Huw in How Green Was My Valley back in 1941.


The film was made into a Broadway musical in 1966, re-titled "A Time for Singing" add something


A Broadway musical adaptation, entitled "A Time for Singing", produced by Alexander H. Cohen, opened at the Broadway Theatre on May 21, 1966 add something


Donald Crisp - This film, adapted from the novel by Earl Hamner Jr., was the basis for the 1970s television series "The Waltons", and its theme of a proud but struggling rural family was reminiscent of "How Green Was My Valley"


In 1990, it was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry of the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" add something


Nonetheless, "How Green Was My Valley" continues to be well-received in its own right and in 1990 it was added to the American National Film Registry add something


In 2017, the book was adapted as a short film for the use in the s://www add something