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Valley of Song (Men Are Children Twice) (1953)

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Valley of Song perpetuates the British stereotype of Welshmen as pugnacious rubes. The story involves a Welsh valley men's choir, comprised of members with lovely voices and mercurial temperaments. When Handel's Messiah is chosen as the choir's showcase piece, the members squabble over who should be the soloist. Vocal remonstrations nearly lead to physical violence, until the entire Welsh village has been polarized for or against the concertmaster's decision. Valley of Song was based on an oft-produced radio play by Cliff Gordon. Its American title was, appropriately, Men are Children Twice. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Comedy , Drama , Romance
Directed By:
In Theaters:
 wide
Runtime:
Studio:
Stratford Pictures Corporation

Cast

Clifford Evans
as Geraint Llewellyn
Hugh Pryse
as Lloyd
Rachel Thomas
as Mrs Lloyd
John Fraser
as Cliff Lloyd
Maureen Swanson
as Olwen Davies
Rachel Roberts
as Bessie Lewis
Betty Cooper
as Mrs. Davies
Mervyn Jones
as Minister Griffiths
Kenny Williams
as Lloyd the Haulage
Edward Evans
as Davies Shop
Mervyn Johns
as Minister Griffiths
Alun Owen
as Pritchard
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