|Keywords||19th century, accident, bittersweet, black and white, boxing, bully, child, childhood, church, conflict, death of a parent, disaster, engagement, environment, environmental, family, flashback, loss of innocence, love, loveless marriage, mining, minister, narrative, nostalgic, novel, poverty, protest, rescue, school, siblings, small town, strike, teacher, village, Wales|
|US Release Date||01/01/1941|
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|Richard Llewellyn||Source Material (from novel)||("How Green Was My Valley")||120793||4000002|
|Richard Day||Art Director||n/a||183||9000001|
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|Sara Allgood||Actor||Mrs. Morgan||1||1000007|
|Roddy McDowall||Actor||Huw Morgan||1||1000005|
|Donald Crisp||Actor||Mr. Morgan||1||1000003|
|Patric Knowles||Actor||Ivor Morgan||1||1000009|
|Morton Lowry||Actor||Mr. Jonas||1||1000010|
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