Political Pleasures in Potter’s The Farmer’s Daughter (1947) | Blu-ray Review

Few of director H.C. Potter’s films seem to have endured the tests of time, at least as far as influence. Despite having directed several notable stars through the 1940s and 50s, many of these light comedies or frivolous biopics, unless one is fans of a matinee idol starring in his work, his name doesn’t conjure the same enthusiasm as several of his peers. Notably, he directed Greer Garson in the sequel to her Oscar winning Mrs. Miniver with 1950’s The Miniver Story, and he has a pair of Cary Grant titles worth recuperating (Mr.…
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