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Mrs. Miniver

Mrs. Miniver(1942)

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Trivia

  • Winston Churchill once said that this film had done more for the war effort than a flotilla of destroyers.
  • Greer Garson's Best Actress acceptance speech lasted an incredible 5 1/2 minutes, making it a Hollywood record.
  • After first-choice Norma Shearer rejected the title role (as she refused to play a mother), Greer Garson was cast. Although he didn't want the part either and was contractually bound to take it, she won the Academy Award for her performance.
  • Greer Garson married Richard Ney who played her son in the movie!
  • The "vicar's speech" near the end was reportedly re-written by William Wyler and Henry Wilcoxon the night before it was shot. It was translated into various languages and air-dropped in leaflets over German-occupied territory, and was broadcast over the Voice of America at Pres. Roosevelt's request.
  • First movie to receive five acting nominations at the Academy Awards.

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