“The Doll Who Came Alive” by Enys Tregarthen (1944 edition) / Nellie Sloggett (1851– 1923) was an author & folklorist who wrote under the names Enys Tregarthen & Nellie Cornwall. After Tregarthen's death, the writer Elizabeth Yates edited her extensive unpublished materials for publication.
Ralph Winter, producer of the films X-Men, Fantastic Four and Star Wars, visits Gordon to talk with students about his work and faith.
The star of Time Out of Mind (1947), Phyllis Calvert, reads the original novel. Servant girl Kate Ferald (Calvert, in her first Hollywood film) falls in love with Christopher Fortune (Robert Hutton), the scion of a wealthy New England sailing family. Chistopher is likewise smitten by Kate, but the class structure of the 19th century precludes their marriage. Aware that their union is not to be, Kate renounces Christopher and encourages him to wed someone from his own social class.
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