The Corn Is Green (1945) - DVD

The Corn Is Green (1945) - DVD
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Bette Davis is remarkable in this story that is based on Emlyn Williams' autobiographical play. It focuses on a spinster teacher fighting to educate the poor children of a Welsh mining village and her relationship with her gifted young prodigy from the mines, Morgan Evans. She molds him into a legitimate candidate for an Oxford scholarship in the remarkably short span of two years. From Warner Archive.

  • Run time approximately 114 minutes
  • Not rated

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