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The Miniver Story - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Here are several photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of MGM's The Miniver Story (1950), starring Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon.


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Betrayed (1954) -- (Movie Clip) I'm A Fraud Well-to-do Dutch widow and refugee Carla (Lana Turner, in her first scene, with a big brunette "wow" factor) in London, approached by fellow Hollander and Allied intelligence officer Deventer (Clark Gable), who's evaluating her for a job, in MGM's Betrayed, 1954.
Never Let Me Go (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Seeing Molotov On Monday Thwarted thus far seeking permission to marry, American newsman Sutherland (Clark Gable) visits the ambassador in Moscow (Robert Henderson) and introduces the eager Marya (Gene Tierney), in Delmer Daves' Never Let Me Go, 1953.
Betrayed (1954) -- (Movie Clip) The Starchy Look Dutch resistance agent Deventer (Clark Gable) getting re-oriented after being rescued from Nazi captors by freelance French fighter "The Scarf," (Victor Mature), in MGM's Betrayed, 1954, shot on location in Holland by Freddie Young.
Scaramouche (1952) -- (Movie Clip) You'll LIke This Child Summoned by his cousin Marie Antoinette (Nina Foch) for piercing too many noblemen, swordsman Marquis de Maynes (Mel Ferrer) is introduced to favored marriage prospect Aline (Janet Leigh), early in MGM's Scaramouche, 1952, also starring Stewart Granger and Eleanor Parker.
Scaramouche (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Osculation In Public First scene for Lenore (Eleanor Parker), an actress hiding her background, en route to marry sausage merchant Vanneau (Howard Freeman) when her rogue ex-boyfriend Andre (Stewart Granger) catches up, pre-Revolutionary France, in MGM's Scaramouche, 1952.
Scaramouche (1952) -- (Movie Clip) His Lack Of Breeding Marquis de Maynes (Mel Ferrer) an agent for the queen, up to his usual tricks, goading Revolution-sympathetic young nobleman Philippe (Richard Anderson) into a duel, his virtual brother Andre (Stewart Granger) failing to intercede, in MGM's Scaramouche, 1952.
Never Let Me Go (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Great Russian Nero Josef Stalin and genuine news footage featured in director Delmer Daves' opening, American reporter Sutherland (Clark Gable) and English Steve (Kenneth More) introduced, then ballerina Marya (Gene Tierney), in the Cold War romance-thriller Never Let Me Go, 1953.
Betrayed (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Rembrandt Coming Through Opening scenes, WWII spy-master Larraby (Wilfrid Hyde White) and aide Jackie (Ian Carmichael) in England, worrying about Dutch agent "Rembrandt" (Clark Gable), who just then sends a message from Amsterdam (on location!), in MGM's Betrayed, 1954.
Miniver Story, The -- (Movie Clip) Story Of A Woman Husband Clem (Walter Pidgeon) narrates as Kay (Greer Garson), on the home front, gets news of the war's end, opening the sequel to the William Wyler's 1942 Best Picture winner, The Miniver Story, 1950.
Miniver Story, The -- (Movie Clip) Batter Up! Clem (Walter Pidgeon) continues narration as he arrives home from the war, meeting Kay (Greer Garson), daughter Judy (Cathy O'Donnell) and giddily Americanized son Toby (James Fox), in The Miniver Story, 1950.
Miniver Story, The -- (Movie Clip) Full Marks Restrained yet operatic, as Kay (Greer Garson) visits physician Kanesley (Anthony Bushell) and the audience learns the news she's been hiding from her family, in post-war England, in The Miniver Story, 1950.
So Evil My Love (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Not A Suitable Companion Nervous widow Olivia (Ann Todd), still unaware of her boyfriend's crimes, seeks support from old school friend Susan (Geraldine Fitzgerald), warned off by her mother-in-law (Martita Hunt) in So Evil My Love, 1948.