The Great Meadow

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The Great Meadow
The Great Meadow 1931 film.jpg
1931 theatrical poster
Directed by Charles Brabin
Produced by Louis B. Mayer
Irving Thalberg
Written by Elizabeth Madox Roberts (novel)
Edith Ellis
Charles Brabin
Starring Johnny Mack Brown
Eleanor Boardman
Music by William Axt
Cinematography William H. Daniels
Clyde De Vinna
Edited by George Hively
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date(s) January 24, 1931
Country United States
Language English

The Great Meadow is a 1931 sound film adventure produced and distributed by MGM with direction by Charles Brabin. The film starred Eleanor Boardman and Johnny Mack Brown. The story of The Great Meadow written by Elizabeth Madox Roberts is similar in theme to that of Drums Along the Mohawk by Walter D. Edmonds and made into a 1939 film titled Drums Along the Mohawk by John Ford.[1]

Cast[edit]

unbilled

References[edit]

  1. ^ The American Film Institute Catalogue of films 1931–40 c. 1993 by The American Film Institute

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