Good Earth, The - (Wide release trailer)
The Good Earth (1937) is an epic adaptation of the Pearl Buck classic about Chinese farmers battling the elements and stars Luise Rainer & Paul Muni.
Good Earth, The (1937) - A Plague Of Locusts
Chinese peasants, principals Paul Muni and Luise Rainer featured, battle a locust invasion in their fields (really deceased grasshoppers in southern California) in this famous piece of technical wizardry from MGM's The Good Earth (1937).
Good Earth, The (1937) - This Is The Day!
Epic dimensions from MGM in the opening scenes, introducing Chinese Wang Lung (Paul Muni) on his wedding day, plus neighbors, his father (Charley Grapewin) and some attitudes, in The Good Earth, 1937.
Good Earth, The (1937) - Opening, Thalberg
Generally seen as historic, the opening titles featuring the almost-sole screen credit ever given to MGM studio chief Irving Thalberg, undertaken by his colleagues to mark his death at age 37, from The Good Earth, 1937, from the Pearl S. Buck novel.
Dave Karger Intro -- The Good Earth (1937)
TCMs Dave Karger introduces The Good Earth, 1937.
Good Earth, The (1937) - A Tree Will Grow
Chinese peasant Wang (Paul Muni) meets and marries O-Lan (Luise Rainer, who won the Best Actress Academy Award), early in MGM's The Good Earth, 1937, from the Pearl S. Buck novel.