Taglines: She taught them to speak. They taught her to love.
In the early 20th century, a woman named Amy Medford runs away from her unsatisfying marriage to a rich man and the memories of their dead son to work as a speech teacher at a rural school for deaf and blind children. While the school’s Matron, Malvina Dodd, questions her approach, eventually Amy breaks through to several of the children, especially Henry Watkins, a deaf boy who . Meanwhile, as her husband Elliot looks for her, another man, Dr. Ben Cochran, bonds with the children and seeks Amy’s affections.
Amy is a 1981 American family drama film produced by Walt Disney Productions, distributed by Buena Vista Distribution, written by Noreen Stone and directed by Vincent McEveety, and starring Jenny Agutter.
Directed by: Vincent McEveety
Starring: Jenny Agutter, Barry Newman, Kathleen Nolan, Chris Robinson, Margaret O’Brien, Nanette Fabray, Lucille Benson
Screenplay by: Noreen Stone
Production Design by: John B. Mansbridge, Mark W. Mansbridge
Cinematography by: Leonard J. South
Film Editing by: G. Gregg McLaughlin
Set Decoration by: Roger M. Shook
Music by: Robert F. Brunner
Distributed by: Buena Vista Distribution
Release Date: March 20, 1981