Jalna

(1935)
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Overview

A young poet (David Manners), accompanied by his new bride (Kay Johnson), returns home to his large family at their Canadian farm. Director John Cromwell's 1935 drama also stars Ian Hunter, Peggy Wood, Jessie Ralph, C. Aubrey Smith, Nigel Bruce and Halliwell Hobbes.

  1. John Cromwell

    Director

  2. Mazo de la Roche

    Novel

  3. Anthony Veiller

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Kay Johnson

    Kay Johnson

    Alayne Archer Whiteoaks

  2. Ian Hunter

    Ian Hunter

    Renny Whiteoaks

  3. C. Aubrey Smith

    C. Aubrey Smith

    Uncle Nicholas Whiteoaks

  4. Nigel Bruce

    Nigel Bruce

    Maurice Vaughn

  5. David Manners

    David Manners

    Eden Whiteoaks

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Jalna

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Status Released

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  • August 9, 1935
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 18m

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