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Our Town (Delta) (1940)
Starring: Fay Bainter, Beulah Bondi, William Holden, Thomas Mitchell, Martha Scott
Director: Sam Wood
Category: Drama
Studio: Delta Entertainment
90 mins



Their love affair was the talk of the town.

Meet the citizens of Grover's Corner, a small New Hampshire town, as they face the large and small questions of life. This classic film adaptation of Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize winning drama stars a young William Holden (Sunset Boulevard) and Martha Scott, who was nominated for an Oscar for this, her first film. Our Town earned six Academy Award nominations, including best picture; and it features the superb performance of Thomas Mitchell, who had won an Oscar for his work on Stagecoach just the previous year.
-Jennifer Krouse


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