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Thumbnail for Jane Eyre (1944) Jane Eyre (1944)

Basics Critics:72Viewers:73Rusty:77
Category: Drama, RomanceNotable as: Costume dramaSub-Category: Black-and-white, Costume drama, Romance Film, DramaRuntime: 97 minutesLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Robert StevensonScreenwriter: John Houseman, Aldous Huxley, Henry Koster, Robert Stevenson, Charlotte BrontëMusic: Bernard HerrmannCinematography: George BarnesStars: Orson Welles, Joan Fontaine, Margaret O'Brien, Sara Allgood, Henry Daniell, Agnes Moorehead, Elizabeth Taylor, Peggy Ann Garner, John Sutton Producer: William Goetz, Kenneth MacgowanAward details: (details at IMDb)

Jane Eyre is an American film adaptation of Charlotte Brontë's 1847 novel of the same name, released by 20th Century Fox. It was directed by Robert Stevenson and produced by William Goetz, Kenneth Macgowan, and Orson Welles. The film stars Welles and Joan Fontaine. Elizabeth Taylor made an early, uncredited appearance. The screenplay was written by John Houseman, Aldous Huxley, Henry Koster, and Robert Stevenson, based on a radio adaptation of the novel presented on The Mercury Theatre on the Air, on which John Houseman collaborated. The music score was by Bernard Herrmann and the cinematography by George Barnes.

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