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A stark look at the lives of migratory farm workers, focusing on one family. The film was Emmy nominated as the Outstanding Drama of the 1973-74 season.
One of our PNHS members, Faye Hickman, shares her experience of seeing the “stars” in town and meeting them. She said many towns people came out to watch. Take a look at her treasured photos, of this Moment in Movie History. Thank you Faye.
August 1973 in Berrytown
Note: Berrytown is no longer there, but it was the far west end of Port Norris.
We will add more information on Berrytown in the future.
Ron Howard (left) with local boys, (L-R) Clay Robinson, Doug and Mike Hickman and Bruce Horseman (Back Row)
Sissy Spacek in front of the actors trailers.
Cloris Leachman at the actors trailers
The actors were very friendly and happy to sign autographs.
Ron Howard rolling a tire down the road.
Alan Horseman walking past the set area in Berrytown.
Cloris Leachman holding her daughter in the background.
Ron Howard (left) with other actors.
Port Norris "Watchers" at the filming in Berrytown.