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The Farmer's Wife (1941 film)

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The Farmer's Wife
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Original trade ad
Directed by
Written by
Based onThe Farmer's Wife
by Eden Phillpotts
Produced byWalter C. Mycroft
Starring
CinematographyClaude Friese-Greene
Edited byFlora Newton
Music byGuy Jones
Production
company
Distributed byPathé Pictures
Release date
19 April 1941 (UK)
Running time
81 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

The Farmer's Wife is a 1941 British drama film directed by Norman Lee and Leslie Arliss and starring Basil Sydney, Wilfrid Lawson and Nora Swinburne.[1] It is based on the play The Farmer's Wife by Eden Phillpotts which had previously been adapted by Alfred Hitchcock for a 1928 film of the same name.[2][3] It was produced by ABPC at Welwyn Studios, at a time when the company's main Elstree Studios had been requisitioned for wartime use.

Synopsis

Farmer Samuel Sweetland, a widower with two daughters, buys a large neighbouring farm that he has coveted all his life. Now convinced that he needs to remarry to provide his new estate with a proper mistress he draws up a list of three possible candidates with the assistance of his housekeeper Araminta Grey. They are Louisa Windeatt, a wealthy and spirited fox-hunting widow, Thirza Tapper, a prim unmarried lady who owns a nearby cottage and Mary Hearne, an attractive barmaid from London.

Meanwhile Sweetland's daughters, the forceful, coquettish Petronell and the shyer Sibley, have their own romantic entanglements of the young men of the area. Petronell tips her hat at Richard Coaker, only to discover that he is in love her younger sister. She finds eventual comfort in the arms of another suitor George. Sweetland's own courtships go badly as for one reason or another each of the women reject his offer of marriage. Dejected it is only then that he realises it his faithful housekeeper Araminta who he really loves.

Cast

References

  1. ^ "The Farmer's Wife (1941)". BFI.
  2. ^ Goble, Alan (8 September 2011). The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter. ISBN 9783110951943 – via Google Books.
  3. ^ Strauss p.123

Bibliography

  • Strauss, Marc Raymond. Alfred Hitchcock's Silent Films. McFarland, 2015.

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