Richard Llewellyn's How Green Was My Valley
Based on the novel by Richard Llewellyn.
Originally released in 1941 as motion picture.
Full frame format (aspect ratio 1.33:1), English stereo, English, French, and Spanish mono.
Also issued as part of a 5-disc boxed set, entitled, The essential John Ford.
In English with optional French or Spanish dubbing and optional Spanish or English subtitles.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
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Huw Morgan (narrating): "Everything I ever learnt as a small boy came from my father, and I never found anything he ever told me to be wrong or worthless. The simple lessons he taught me are as sharp and clear in my mind as if I had heard them only yesterday."
Huw Morgan (narrating): "...My mother was always on the run. Always the last to start her dinner, and the first to finish. Where as my father was the head of our house, my mother was its heart."
Mr. Gruffydd: "Ianto -- why do you think we at the chapel talk rubbish?" Ianto Morgan: "My remark was not aimed at you." Mr. Gruffydd: "Then aim it." Ianto Morgan: "Very well. ...Because you make yourselves out to be shepherds of the flock... And yet you allow your 'sheep' to live in filth and poverty... And if they try and raise their voices against it, you calm them by telling them their suffering is the will of God. Sheep, indeed. ARE WE SHEEP TO BE HERDED AND SHEARED BY A HANDFUL OF OWNERS?!? ...I was taught Man was made in the image of God -- not a sheep."