CMH is giving away one last copy of TCM’s Mom in the Movies by Richard Corliss, courtesy of Simon & Schuster.
All you need to do to be eligible to win is complete the entry task below by Saturday, May 31 at 5PM EST. A winner will then be selected at random and announced via Facebook on Sunday, June 1st.
Answer the below question via the comment section at the bottom of this blog post
In this 1942 film, Greer Garson had something to cry about. World War II left English cities, and the decorous village of Balham, cratered by bomb raids; the local church lost its roof in those sorties. Garson suffers the loss of family; she confronts and disarms a downed German aviator. She is determined to maintain a semblance of normality by reading her youngest son “Alice in Wonderland” during an air raid. She kept a stiff upper lip even as moviegoers’ lips were tremulous from crying. What is the name of this 1942 film directed by William Wyler?
You have until Saturday, May 31, 5PM EST to submit your answer. A winner will be picked at random and announced on Sunday, June 1.
Please note that you must live in the Continental US to be eligible.