Madeleine Carroll – internationally famous for her role in The 39 Steps and the first of Hitchcock's glacial blonde heroines – stars with Ian Hunter and Michael Rennie in this rare and deeply moving post-war drama. Also known as High Fury White Cradle Inn is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Beneath the towering peaks of the Swiss Alps in peaceful White Cradle Valley stands an inn owned by Magda and her philandering husband Rudolf. During the war many small French... children are evacuated to the valley. One of these refugees a boy named Roger who has lost both parents is billeted with Rudolf and Magda. When the time comes for the children to return to France Magda very much wishes to adopt Roger but her husband has taken a dislike to the boy... Special Features: Image gallery [show more]
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Harold French directs this classic drama starring Madeleine Carroll as Magda, a kindly woman, who, together with her husband Rudolph (Michael Rennie), provide care to a number of children during the Second World War at their home in the Swiss Alps. When the war ends, most of the children return to their homes, but Roger (Michael McKeag), an orphan, wishes to stay...