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I Remember Mama

As Katrin is about to leave to perform 'Portia' in her school's production of The Merchant of Venice , however, Christine informs her that Marta sold her beloved brooch in order to buy the dresser set. Crushed by this revelation, Katrin performs badly in the play, and later presents her mother with her brooch, which she exchanged for the dresser set. Touched by Katrin's gesture, Marta gives her the brooch and scolds Christine for telling. Then, to mark her entrance into adulthood, Katrin's father serves her coffee for the first time. Sometime later, Marta is notified that Uncle Chris is near death, and she takes Katrin to say goodbye to him at his ranch. The alcoholic but still feisty Uncle Chris reveals to Marta that he has no money to leave her, and confesses that he and Jessie have been married for years but have been silent about it because of his nieces' snubbing. After enjoying a last drink with Jessie and Marta, Uncle Chris dies. Marta then tells her sisters the truth about Jessie and that Uncle Chris had long been donating money to help poor lame children. Having 'seen' death, Katrin returns to San Francisco with Marta and is devastated when she receives her first literary rejection letter. Determined to bolster Katrin's confidence, Marta takes some of her stories to renowned author Florence Dana Moorhead, who loves to eat, and convinces her to read one by offering to share a family meatball recipe with her. Marta returns home to find Katrin destroying her writings and happily tells her that, while Moorhead agreed that her stories were lacking, she also felt that Katrin was a born author. Taking Moorhead's advice to write about 'what she knows,' Katrin submits a new story for publication and is overjoyed when she is paid $500 for her efforts. After announcing that some of the money is going to buy the winter coat that Marta has always longed for, Katrin confesses that her mother is the subject of her story and begins to read it aloud. The introduction of her story concludes with the line, 'But first and foremost, I remember Mama.'
Actors: June Hedin,
June Hedin
June Hedin July 19, 1937 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Barbara Bel Geddes,
Barbara Bel Geddes
Barbara Bel Geddes 31 October 1922, New York City, New York, USA
Tommy Ivo,
Tommy Ivo
Tommy Ivo April 18, 1936 in Denver, Colorado, USA
Hope Landin,
Hope Landin
Hope Landin 3 May 1893, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Steve Brown,
Steve Brown
Steve Brown October 15, 1930 in USA
Edgar Bergen,
Edgar Bergen
Edgar Bergen 16 February 1903, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Peggy McIntyre,
Peggy McIntyre
Peggy McIntyre January 17, 1932 in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Rudy Vallee,
Rudy Vallee
Rudy Vallee 28 July 1901, Island Pond, Vermont, USA
Irene Dunne,
Irene Dunne
Irene Dunne 20 December 1898, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Philip Dorn,
Philip Dorn
Philip Dorn 30 September 1901, Scheveningen, s-Gravenhage, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Florence Bates,
Florence Bates
Florence Bates 15 April 1888, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Genre: DramaFamily
Director: George Stevens
Country: United States
Release: 1948
IMDb: 7.9
Duration: 134 min
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