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I Remember Mama


Irene Dunne, Barbara Bel Geddes, Oskar Homolka, Philip Dorn View All


George Stevens (Director), DeWitt Bodeen (Screenplay) View All

Release: Mar. 17th, 1948
Runtime: 2 hours, 14 minutes
Norwegian immigrant Marta Hanson keeps a firm but loving hand on her household of four children, a devoted husband and a highly-educated lodger who reads great literature to the family every evening. Through financial crises, illnesses and the small triumphs of everyday life, Marta maintains her optimism and sense of humor, traits she passes on to her aspiring-author daughter, Katrin.
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If you can't find a time machine, you scan still step back in time to San Francisco 1910s with I Remember Mama.