Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Amy Medford (Jenny Agutter) is a dutiful housewife of the early 1900s. But when her husband objects to a wife with a career, Amy leaves her husband and comfortable lifestyle. She goes on to devote her life to teaching sight-and-hearing-impaired students at a tradition-bound special school. This film betrays its Disney-studio origins with an audience-rousing action climax, in which Amy's students take on a team of "normal" kids at a football game. Amy was produced by onetime Hollywood leading man Jerome Courtland.
deafness, dispatcher, football, freedom-fighter, frustration, handicap, initiation, occupation [military], riches-to-rags, school, sex, sexism, suicide-mission, teacher, train [locomotive]