Jan Stewart, a new teacher at The Oaks, a boys' boarding school, becomes instructor and mother-figure to a class of twelve. She must overcome the disapproval of Joe Hargrave, head of the ... See full summary »
The flag-waving toward the end gets a little too intense. Considering the time, though, it makes sense.
People on their way to work reminisce about how they end up at a munitions factory. Margo is very convincing as an emigre French chanteuse. It works really well, all told, and is touching and engrossing.
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