Spring Song (1946 film)

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Spring Song is a 1946 British drama film directed by Montgomery Tully and starring Peter Graves, Carol Raye and Lawrence O'Madden. [1] The film follows the history of a brooch after it is given as a present by a man to a woman in 1911.



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  1. BFI.org