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The Miniver Story (1950) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by H.C. Potter and Victor Saville and produced by Sidney Franklin.

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By Crystal Kalyana on Nov 10, 2015 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood

After the triumphant success of the 1942 smash hit Mrs. Miniver, Greer Garson was forever cemented as the amiable and resolute housewife who inhabited a unique valour that made her the epitome of heroism. With all that warmth, vitality and zest for life that was abounded by her courageous spirit, Ka... Read full article

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Clem Miniver: 1946... twenty years, 1966... then... we'll be like Ol' Man River. We'll just keep rolling along.

Kay Miniver: Death can be easy. It's living that's difficult.

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Director Victor Saville replaced H.C. Potter and finished the film, uncredited.
In a crucial scene in a restaurant, a pianist is playing the song "Ol' Man River", from the Broadway musical "Show Boat". As "The Miniver Story" went into release, MGM, which filmed it, was preparing to begin filming their Technicolor remake of "Show Boat", which would be released in the summer of the following year (1951).
Seventh of eight movies that paired Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon.
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