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In 1906 in Connecticut, Elisha Hunt, the 55-year-old curator of a small government museum, marries Abigail, the 19-year-old daughter of a local farmer. In addition to the differences in their ages in this May-to-December union, Elizha is a man of culture while Abigail is uneducated. Bruce Edridge, young, handsome and wealthy, comes into her life, and they fall in love. Abigail is now faced with two choices; the chance of wealth versus her present mediocre circumstances, or her love for Bruce versus her loyalty to Elisha.

  1. Mitchell Leisen

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  1. Wanda Hendrix

    Wanda Hendrix

    Abigail Hunt

  2. Claude Rains

    Claude Rains

    Elisha Hunt

  3. Macdonald Carey

    Macdonald Carey

    Bruce Eldridge

  4. Andrea King

    Andrea King

    Phyllis Cantwell

  5. Henry Hull

    Henry Hull

    Deacon Parry

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Song of Surrender

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  • October 27, 1949
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 33m

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