Our Daily Bread (1934)

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Genres
Drama, Romance
Runtime
1h 14min
Director

Cast

Tom Keene
John Sims
John Qualen
Chris (as John T. Qualen)
Lloyd Ingraham
Uncle Anthony
Sidney Bracey
Rent Collector
Henry Hall
Frank - the Carpenter
Nellie V. Nichols
Mrs. Cohen (as Nellie Nichols)
Bud Rae
Stonemason
Harry Brown
Little Man
C.E. Anderson
Schultz - the Butcher (uncredited)
Earl Askam
Farmer (uncredited)
Lionel Backus
Barber (uncredited)
Eddie Baker
Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)
Jack Baldwin
Motorcyclist (uncredited)
Marion Ballou
Old Lady (uncredited)
Harry Bernard
Chief (uncredited)
Harold Berquist
Father (uncredited)
Bonita
Mother (uncredited)
Harry C. Bradley
Professor (uncredited)
Lynton Brent
Bully (uncredited)
Tommy Bupp
Boy (uncredited)
Henry Burroughs
Politician (uncredited)
Cy Clegg
Lawyer (uncredited)
Billy Engle
Abie Cohen (uncredited)
Florence Enright
Gossiping Woman #2 (uncredited)
Alma Ferns
Mrs. Hilda Larsen (uncredited)
Clarence Geldart
Community Member (uncredited)
Harris Gordon
Cigar Salesman (uncredited)
Mary Gordon
Community Woman in Cottage (uncredited)
Harrison Greene
Sheriff (uncredited)
Frank Hammond
Undertaker (uncredited)
Jack Hyam
Violinist (uncredited)
Doris Kemper
Gossiping Woman #1 (uncredited)
Billy Kidston
Boy (uncredited)
Maybelle Lee
Little Girl (uncredited)
Sidney Miller
Cohen's Son (uncredited)
Gene O'Brien
Boy (uncredited)
Edward Peil Sr.
Powerhouse Employee (uncredited)
Hal Price
Threatened Bidder at Auction (uncredited)
Bob Reeves
George Hannibal (uncredited)
Alex Schumberg
Violinist (uncredited)
Harry Semels
Italian Shoemaker (uncredited)
Ray Spiker
Ex-Convict (uncredited)
Robert Tucker
Boy (uncredited)
King Vidor
Farmer Yelling 'Let It Go!' (uncredited)

Synopsis

John and Mary sims are city-dwellers hit hard by the financial fist of The Depression. Driven by bravery (and sheer desperation) they flee to the country and, with the help of other workers, set up a farming community - a socialist mini-society based upon the teachings of Edward Gallafent. The newborn community suffers many hardships - drought, vicious raccoons and the long arm of the law - but ultimately pull together to reach a bread-based Utopia.

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