Song Of Bernadette, The - (Re-issue trailer)
Jennifer Jones won a Best Actress Oscar for her first starring role in The Song Of Bernadette (1943), playing a French girl who has a vision of the Virgin Mary.
Song Of Bernadette, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) This Girl Is Not Deserving
Not bright Bernadette (Jennifer Jones) at school in Lourdes, scolded by her teacher (Gladys Cooper), defended somewhat by her sister (Ermadean Walters), all of them visited by Dean Peymarale (Charles Bickford), early in The Song Of Bernadette, 1945.
Song Of Bernadette, The -- (Movie Clip) Maybe She's Dead!
Left alone while her sturdier sister (Ermadean Walters) and friend (Mary Anderson) seek firewood, Bernadette (Jennifer Jones) at the grotto sees a vision (resembling Linda Darnell) for the first time, in Henry King's The Song Of Bernadette, 1945.
Song Of Bernadette, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) If You Go Early
Little dialogue in director Henry King's opening, Jennifer Jones (as "Bernadette") makes her official movie debut asleep, mother and father (Anne Revere, Roman Bohnen) fighting poverty in 19th century France, in The Song Of Bernadette, 1945.