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Faraway Hill: Newly widowed New Yorker Karen St. John moves to a rural town to be close to her relatives. There she falls for a man who was adopted by her relatives when he was a boy. But, he's already betrothed to another.

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Released: October 02, 1946
Genres: Drama
Director: David P Lewis
Actors: Eve McVeagh Flora Campbell

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