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Sunrise at Campobello (1960) Poster

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THE GREAT AMERICAN LOVE STORY!
It began with a sunrise at Campobello . . . and out of it rose a love that could move mountains . . . a faith that could shake the earth . . . and a laughter of children that was a miracle of its own!
Was there ever such a sunrise . . . so charged with human emotion . . . since the world began? Was there ever such a motion picture . . . so filled with laughter - through - tears . . . since the screen was born?
Sunrise at Campobello. To lift up your heart and light up the entertainment world forever!
Was there ever such a sunrise . . . so charged with human emotion . . . since the world began? Was there ever such a motion picture . . . so filled with laughter - through - tears . . . since the screen was born? To lift up your heart and light up the entertainment world forever!
WATCH! WAIT! AND BE WONDER-STRUCK!
Even if you never heard his name...Even if this whole story was make-believe...you'll not soon forget this drama of devotion, this laughter through tears, this motion picture of motion pictures...
The sun came up twice that day. Once in the heavens for all the world to see... once in the darkness for a man, his wife, and their children alone to share...
Ralph Bellamy as the man who never forgot how to smile...Greer Garson as the woman who never forgot how to love...

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