Amy (1981)

Amy (1981)

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.

Amy Movie Poster (1981)

Amy (1981)

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