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Good Morning, Miss Dove (1955)

Approved | | Drama | 26 January 1956 (Portugal)
After her admission to the hospital, town-famous stern teacher Miss Dove nostalgically reminisces about her youth and about the pupils she taught over the years.

Director:

Henry Koster

Writers:

Eleanore Griffin (screenplay), Frances Gray Patton (novel)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Jennifer Jones ... Miss Dove
Robert Stack ... Dr. Tommy Baker
Kipp Hamilton ... Virginia Baker
Robert Douglas ... John Porter
Peggy Knudsen ... Billie Jean Green
Marshall Thompson ... Wilfred Banning Pendleton III
Chuck Connors ... Bill Holloway
Biff Elliot ... Reverend Alex Burnham
Jerry Paris ... Maurice Levine
Mary Wickes ... Miss Lorraine Ellwood
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Storyline

Miss Dove is a strict disciplinary, plus a well respected teacher, who has inspired her students to individual greatness. One day during class, Miss Dove experiences great pain in her back, but continues with the class. After class she asks one of her students who is staying after class to get a doctor. Thomas, a doctor, and a former student of her's takes her to the hospital and hospitalizes her. While in the hospital her former students rally around her causing Miss Dove to reflect on her past. Written by Kelly

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

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A picture of Everybody for Everybody!

Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

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Trivia

First shown on television during the first season of the NBC series "Saturday Night at the Movies", the first network series showing movies in prime time. See more »

Goofs

After undergoing "prolonged" major surgery, Miss Dove awakens in her room, not in post-op, and no IVs are present. During the surgery, Miss Dove is said to need blood "and lots of it." Apparently, there is no blood bank and only two potential donors standing by to give blood (four pints max). See more »

Quotes

Dr. Tommy Baker: Miss Dove, the terrible Miss Dove. Without her, there'd have been no Thomas Baker, no beautiful Mrs Baker, no little Whoozit Baker.
Virginia Baker: What did she have to do with it?
Dr. Tommy Baker: That time in the South Pacific, when my ship was bombed. Floating for days in that raft, no food, no water. She was right there with me all the time. Giving me the same fishy stare she used to give me back in the geography room when I needed a drink of water. So to make my supply hold out, I pretended I was back in old Cedar Grove. ...
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Connections

Remake of Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) See more »

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Nostalgic film from a more safer world than today
17 October 2001 | by kbruce00See all my reviews

This is a typically safe 50s film from a more safer world than we have today.It is unashamedly nostalgic as Miss Doves life is recalled in flashbacks. However I can,t help feeling that it is a 2nd hand Goodbye Mr Chips which was magnificently portrayed by Robert Donat. It even steals the punchline from the end of Mr chips about never having had children. Having said that it is comfortable Sunday afternoon viewing with a few strong moments.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Polish

Release Date:

26 January 1956 (Portugal) See more »

Also Known As:

Good Morning, Miss Dove See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$1,470,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Twentieth Century Fox See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (Western Electric Recording) (optical prints)| 4-Track Stereo (Western Electric Recording) (magnetic prints)

Color:

Color (Color by Deluxe)

Aspect Ratio:

2.55 : 1
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