Anne of Green Gables (1934 film)
- Anne Shirley Anne Shirley
- Tom Brown: Gilbert Blythe
- O. P. Heggie: Matthew Cuthbert
- Helen Westley: Marilla Cuthbert
- Sara Haden: Rachel Lynde
- Murray Kinnell: Mr. Phillips
- Gertrude Messinger: Diana Barry
- Charley Grapewin: Dr. Tatum
- Hilda Vaughn: Mrs. Blewett
- June Preston: Mrs. Blewetts daughter
Anne of Green Gables is an American family film from the year 1934. Screenplay based on the book Anne of Green Gables the Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery. The premiere of the film was on December 21, 1934. Leading actress Dawn O'Day changed her name in the wake of the shooting in Anne Shirley, what is the name of the title character, and retained this name as a stage name for. The film adheres initially to the original literary work, but wanders in the last third clearly against it. 1940 with Anne in Windy Poplars a continuation rotated.
Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert, a brother and sister want to take a boy from an orphanage in nursing that will help them with the farm work. However, the orphanage sends a girl, the redhead, imaginative Anne. The couple decides to keep the girl. Anne became friends with Diana Barry and Gilbert Blythe, in which she falls in love. Anne brags before Diana, she could Gilbert wrap around her little finger. To make Gilbert jealous, claims Anne, she would talk with a former student of Mr. Phillips a lively correspondence. When Anne Matthews accidentally boat sunk, as she practices the part of the Lady of Shalott by Alfred Tennyson on the lake, Gilbert saves them. The two begin a relationship, which must remain secret, as Gilbert's father has burned many years ago with the woman who wanted to marry Matthew. Marilla 's angry, even after many years about it. Once the relationship is discovered after three years, the two must separate. As Gilbert Matthews saves lives, the couple is reunited.