What B&W movie ends with the line "Here comes the sun"?
February 12, 2015 7:00 AM   Subscribe

I saw a black and white movie on TV when I was younger, and it ended with a family (presumably farmers?), looking out a window or a door (or standing on a porch) as the sun rose, and the father says, "Well, here comes the sun." It stuck with me, but I can't seem to find what movie it was.

The movie felt quite old, I would guess the 50's at the latest. I want to say it was about the depression or the dust bowl, but I can't be certain.
posted by wivy to Media & Arts (7 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
There's a Russian movie called, Burnt by the Sun. That reminds me of the end of that movie.

The movie isn't black & white but it has a very old-fashioned feel.
posted by LittleMy at 7:11 AM on February 12, 2015

Response by poster: I've taken a look, that wasn't it. It was spoken in English, I can still hear it in my head. I'm also pretty certain it was black and white.
posted by wivy at 7:16 AM on February 12, 2015 [1 favorite]

My husband the movie buff said "There's an old movie called Sunrise, which that would fit perfectly, but it's silent." I wonder if maybe someone narrated that movie in some manner?
posted by OrangeDisk at 8:43 AM on February 12, 2015

Best answer: This is a color film, and the line doesn't appear at the end, but it might be what you're looking for.

The Yearling. There's a long rain, six days as I recall, with a hurricane and when the storm breaks, Gregory Peck says "Here comes the sun."
posted by maxsparber at 9:58 AM on February 12, 2015

Best answer: Look through these and see if anything jogs your memory.
posted by dilaudid at 7:45 PM on February 12, 2015

Response by poster: It was "The Yearling". Thanks maxsparber! I got chills seeing that scene again.

It's so strange how memory works. I could have sworn it was black and white, and that they were inside a house when the line was delivered. I also was pretty sure it was the ending.

Also, that link to www.quodb.com will come in very handy in the future.
posted by wivy at 5:33 AM on February 13, 2015 [1 favorite]

I also always remember the yearling as being black and white, for some reason.
posted by maxsparber at 5:44 AM on February 13, 2015

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