Version of the Fannie Hurst tear-jerker about the intertwined lives of two widowed mothers, one a white actress, the other her black maid, and the rebellious daughters they raise, the latter's a light-skinned child who doesn't want to be seen as black. A remake of the 1934 film of the same name. Juanita Moore as the housekeeper and Susan Kohner as her adult daughter were both nominated for Best Supporting Actress.
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1960 - Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture- winner
1959 - Oscar - Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role- nominated
1959 - Directors Guild of America Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film- nominated
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