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Release Date:
January 1958 (USA) See more »
An immigrant family in 1850's Wisconsin prospers until tragedy strikes. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Glynis Johns ... Jo Eunson

Cameron Mitchell ... Robert Eunson
Rex Thompson ... Robbie Eunson

Patty McCormack ... Annabelle Eunson

Ernest Truex ... Doctor Delbert

Hope Emerson ... Mrs. Pugmeister

Alan Hale Jr. ... Tom Cullen (as Alan Hale)

Sylvia Field ... Lelia Delbert

Royal Dano ... Howard Tyler

Reta Shaw ... Mrs. Runyon
Stephen Wootton ... Jimmy Eunson
Tom Nolan ... Kirk Eunson (as Butch Bernard)
Yolanda White ... Elizabeth Eunson

Rita Johnson ... Katie Tyler

Ellen Corby ... Mrs. Raiden
Rosalyn Boulter ... Mrs. Stephens
Francis De Sales ... Mr. Stephens (as Francis DeSales)

Jon Provost ... Robbie Eunson - age 6
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Mary Adams ... Mrs. Roscoe (uncredited)
Madge Blake ... Woman who opens door (uncredited)
Margaret Brayton ... Mrs. Cecilia Bradley (uncredited)
Dorothy Brody ... Raiden Twin (uncredited)
Penny Brody ... Raiden Twin (uncredited)
Jeff Coyne ... Baby (uncredited)
Keith Coyne ... Baby (uncredited)
Mark Easton ... Baby (uncredited)
Paul Easton ... Baby (uncredited)

Roy Engel ... Mr. Harry Bradley (uncredited)
Tiger Fafara ... Bit Role (uncredited)

Dabbs Greer ... Clendenning (uncredited)
Darlene Marie Harris ... Baby (uncredited)
Gloria Elaine Harris ... Baby (uncredited)
Karen D. Hartman ... Baby (uncredited)
Vicki L. Hartman ... Baby (uncredited)
Henry Kulky ... Drunk (uncredited)

Frank Marlowe ... Hanson (uncredited)
Peter Michael ... Dutch Fischer (uncredited)
Frank Mitchell ... Painless Paine (uncredited)
Norman Ollestad ... Boy (uncredited)
Lida Piazza ... Passerby (uncredited)
Terry Ann Ross ... Jane Eunson (uncredited)

Directed by
Allen Reisner 
Writing credits
Dale Eunson (screen play) and
Katherine Albert (screen play) (as Katherine Eunson)

Dale Eunson (story)

Dale Eunson  novel "The Day They Gave Babies Away" (uncredited)

Produced by
Sam Wiesenthal .... producer
Original Music by
Max Steiner 
Cinematography by
William V. Skall (director of photography) (as William Skall)
Film Editing by
Bettie Mosher 
Art Direction by
Albert S. D'Agostino 
Frank T. Smith 
Set Decoration by
Glen Daniels 
Costume Design by
Bernice Pontrelli (costumes)
Makeup Department
Larry Germain .... hair stylist
Harry Maret .... makeup supervisor (as Harry Maret Jr.)
Production Management
Edward Killy .... unit manager (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Russell Llewellyn .... assistant director
Sound Department
Terry Kellum .... sound
James Thompson .... sound
Editorial Department
Alan Crosland Jr. .... editorial supervisor
Music Department
Murray Cutter .... orchestrator
Other crew
Ned Moss .... unit publicist (uncredited)

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Additional Details

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103 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (RCA Sound Recording)
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

Glynnis Johns (Jo Eunson) and Reta Shaw (Mrs. Runyon) would play characters more friendly to each other in "Mary Poppins," (1964) as 'Mrs. Banks' and one of Mrs. Banks' domestics, respectively.See more »
Boom mic visible: When Robbie and his father are on the porch at the abandoned homestead, the boom mic is visible above Robbie's head.See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in Dream Me Up Scotty! (2013) (TV)See more »


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10 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
This is a tissue tugger if there ever was one!, 8 December 2007
Author: Rgdemond from Mission Viejo, CA

This is a tissue-tugger if there ever was one! I haven't seen this movie in several years but growing up, I always made a point of seeing this movie. It is one of the few movies that as a young man and an adult that I have watched multiple times. I always found it very moving and an emotional experience. I don't normally cry at movies but this one always made me misty. I looked for it for several years, telling my wife what a great movie it was to see and how I wanted to share it with her. I finally wrote to several of the TV networks and got one to respond with the next time it was going to be on television. It was a big night in our household, popcorn popped, tissues handy, and kids to bed as we watched the movie. As the finally credits start rolling and I'm holding back from getting misty, I look to my wife, ask her what she thought and she answered with, "Is that all there is to it?" I was crushed to say the least.

At any rate, it still moved me, though I hadn't seen it in years. You feel for the struggles of the family, the harshness of the wilderness and the era for growing family. You see how adversity makes the family more close-knit and the bond between one another grows. No TV, no Nintendo, none of the amenities of today but the love and understanding that builds in a large family that relies on each other.

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