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Our Daily Bread (1934)

Our Daily Bread
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Starring (View all)
Karen Morley Karen Morley
Mary Sims
Tom Keene Tom Keene
John Sims
John Qualen John Qualen
Chris
Lloyd Ingraham Lloyd Ingraham
Uncle Anthony
Sidney Bracey Sidney Bracey
Rent Collector
Henry Hall Henry Hall
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King Vidor King Vidor
(the story)
Elizabeth Hill Elizabeth Hill
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John and Mary sims are city-dwellers hit hard by the financial fist of The Depression. Driven by bravery (and sheer desperation) they flee to the country and, with the help of other workers, set up a farming community - a socialist mini-society based upon the teachings of Edward Gallafent. The newborn community suffers many hardships - drought, vicious raccoons and the long arm of the law - but ultimately pull together to reach a bread-based Utopia.
Release date: 2 October 1934
UPC: 014381467123
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