The Forgotten Village
|The Forgotten Village|
Theatrical release poste
|Directed by||Herbert Kline
|Produced by||Alexander Hammid
|Screenplay by||John Steinbeck|
|Story by||John Steinbeck|
|Narrated by||Burgess Meredith|
|Music by||Hanns Eisler|
|Edited by||Herbert Kline|
|Distributed by||Arthur Mayer & Joseph Burstyn|
The Forgotten Village is a 1941 American documentary film—some sources call it an ethnofiction film—directed by Herbert Kline and Alexander Hammid. The film was written by John Steinbeck, narrated by Burgess Meredith, and with music by Hanns Eisler. The film was released by the film distribution partnership of Arthur Mayer & Joseph Burstyn.
The film depicts the conflicts between traditional life in a Mexican village, and outsiders who want to introduce modernization.
- Burgess Meredith - Narrator
Restoration / re-release
The new print was made “from the original 35mm nitrate picture and soundtrack negatives from the Stanford Theatre Foundation Collection and a 35mm nitrate fine grain master positive from MOMA.”
- The Forgotten Village at the Internet Movie Database
- Jeffrey Bickel. "UCLA Film & Television Archive: The Forgotten Village (1941)". Retrieved 2013-06-21.
- "Recent Restorations: Treasures From The UCLA Festival Of Preservation » The Forgotten Village". Retrieved 2013-06-21.