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The stoic, proper Rev. Gavin Dishart, newly assigned to a church in the small Scottish village of Thrums, finds himself unexpectedly falling for one of his parishioners, the hot-blooded Gypsy girl Babbie. A village-wide scandal soon erupts over the minister's relationship with this feisty, passionate young woman, who holds a secret about the village's nobleman, Lord Milford Rintoul, and his role in an increasingly fractious labor dispute.

  1. Richard Wallace

    Director

  2. J.M. Barrie

    Novel

  3. Sarah Y. Mason

    Screenplay

  4. Victor Heerman

    Screenplay

  5. Jane Murfin

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Katharine Hepburn

    Katharine Hepburn

    Barbara 'Babbie'

  2. John Beal

    John Beal

    Révérend Gavin Dishart

  3. Alan Hale

    Alan Hale

    Rob Daw

  4. Donald Crisp

    Donald Crisp

    Docteur McQueen

  5. Lumsden Hare

    Lumsden Hare

    Tammas Whammond

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The Little Minister
The Little Minister

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Status Released

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  • December 28, 1934
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 50m

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