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Of Mice and Men (1939) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Lewis Milestone and produced by Lewis Milestone and Frank Ross.

Academy Awards 1939 --- Ceremony Number 12 (source: AMPAS)

Best CinematographyNorbert BrodineNominated
Best Music - ScoringAaron CoplandNominated
Best Music - ScoringAaron CoplandNominated
Best PictureHal Roach (production company)Nominated

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Of Mice and Men (1939) (2)

By Beatrice on Jan 10, 2014 From Flickers in Time

Of Mice and Men Directed by Lewis Milestone Written by Eugene Solow based on the novel by John Steinbeck 1939/USA Hal Roach Studios First viewing/Netflix rental Candy: A week’s pay? Sure, but I worked weeks all my life. I don’t remember none of them weeks, but this – nearly twent... Read full article

Of Mice and Men (1939) (1)

By Crystal J. Anderson on May 1, 2013 From Classic Film Review

Director:?Lewis Milestone Writers: John Steinbeck (story),?Eugene Solow (screenplay) Genre: Drama Main Cast: Burgess Meredith (George Milton) Lon Chaney, Jr. (Lennie Small) Betty Field (Mae) Bob Steele (Curley) Roman Bohnen (Candy) Leigh Whipper (Crooks) Crooks: “You got no right to come in m... Read full article

Of Mice and Men

By Alyson on Jul 17, 2011 From The Best Picture Project

First off, I cannot discuss Of Mice and Men without giving away some major plot spoilers, you deserve fair warning. ?Second, I want to encourage everyone to read the book by John Steinbeck before seeing the film, I feel it only enhances the experience. ?Besides, it?s a pretty thin book, not like I?m... Read full article

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Quotes from

George Milton: It's lonesome for a guy to be without a dog.

Lennie: I wish we had some ketchup.
George: Whatever we ain't got, that's what you want!

Lennie: I don't need no fancy foods like beans with ketchup!

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Facts about

The very first screen adaptation of a John Steinbeck novel.
Lewis Milestone himself was once an itinerant worker.
The name "Mae" was given to Curly's wife specifically for this film version. In the original novel,the original play, and in other film and television versions she is simply known as "Curly's Wife".
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