Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story

Synopsis: It's September, 1915. Anne Shirley and Gilbert Blythe have been engaged for some time, but life seems to always get in the way of them actually getting married. They eventually want to resettle back in Avonlea, Prince Edward Island, despite Green Gables' dilapidated condition and the fact that they do not own it. But their latest detour takes them to New York City as Gilbert's tenure at Bellevue Hospital has been extended. Anne, who has resisted moving to New York City in the past with him, decides to go this time. While pursuing her writing career, she gets a job as a junior editor at Winfield Publishing, where she meets the company's star writer, Jack Garrison, who aspires to write more serious works than the pulp fiction he is required to churn out for Winfield. But not only affecting Anne and Gilbert's life but that of everyone they know, World War I takes hold and further complicates matters. Their respective war efforts separate the couple. As Anne tries to reconnect with Gilbert
Genre: Drama, Family, Romance
  6 nominations.
185 min

Anne of Green Gables

The Continuing Story

Oh, Anne.

Oh, hello.

Oh, my gosh.

Oh, look at you.

Oh, you haven't

changed a bit.

Neither have you.

I've been aching to see you.

I know.

Oh, no, don't.

Thank you for your help.

Alan? Ha, ha, ha...

Seems like a hundred years

since you sat behind us

in school pulling our pigtails.

Gosh, Anne, don't remind me.

Why is Alan...

Well... Why?

He's well-paid, Anne.

I insisted Fred hire a driver,

'cause we have so many guests

coming and going.

Spend your money

on your family,


not on me.

You're family, Anne.

Besides, I have to spend

the inheritance

aunt Jo left me somehow.

Thank you.

You're welcome.

Strange seeing so many

young men in uniform.

Look it...

That's Charlie Sloane,

and Wilf Bell.

It's like they're running off

to a Sunday school picnic.

In six months this nonsense

in Europe will be over

and we won't hear another

blessed word about war.

Oh, Anne, we're going to have

a fabulous holiday together.

Just like

old times.


Smell the air,


You find that sweet

smell in Halifax.

In your letters you sounded

so happy about teaching

in the hope-town orphanage.

It must have broken

your heart to say goodbye

to all your

students after five years.

Let's go by Green Gables, Diana.

I've not been back

since Marilla died.


sheep on the main street.

The man has no sense at all.

Stop it, Diana,

I'm dying

to walk anyway.

No, Anne.

You know Anne, Alan,

she's so ridiculously impulsive.

Pull the car around

to Green Gables farm, Alan.

She'll just be a moment.

Yes, ma'am.

Anne, wait... Wait, wait.

A-Anne... Wait, wait, wait.

I-I broke my heel.

I should have warned you.

Mr. Harrison's really

let the place run down.

He rented it out.

Marilla and Matthew

would be,


at this sight.

Hey, watch it.

Get out

of the way.

Get back

in here! Now!

You two want


I was raised in this house.

It was a beautiful home once.

This dump?

You've no respect for the lives

that have been lived here.

Do us both a favour, scat.

Anne, Anne.

Let it go.

There's nothing

you could have done.

Mr. Harrison's going to get

a tongue-lashing

from me when I see him next.


Those were Marilla's

June lilies.

They were beautiful once.

Leave it.


Go get 'em.

Give me your shoe.

Your shoe!



No! My gosh, Anne.

That worked.

That was

my favourite

pair of shoes.

I should have bought this place

myself after Marilla died.

I should have taken every

penny I earned from my book

and my magazine articles

and made this place mine.

Oh, Anne,

don't try

and rewrite

the past.

Now, I want you

to forget your troubles.

You'll be very comfortable

living with us.

Aunt Josephine's money has left

me without a care in the world.

Fred's the youngest manager

in the history of the bank.

Isn't that right, darling?


My little inheritance

hasn't hurt

his career either, to be sure.

If you call doing nothing

a career?

You've managed our business

affairs brilliantly, darling.

No, I just mind my own business.

Fred's so modest.

He's turned out to be

a wonderful father

and a good husband, Anne.


Yes, ma'am.

Please take the children

upstairs now.

Come give mommy

a kiss good night.

Good night, mom.

Good night.

Good night,



Come along then.

They do so prefer their father.

It's such a

delicious evening.

Let's have our tea

in the garden.

This house is so

conducive to writing.

If you stay for the summer,

just think what fabulous

ideas you'd compose.

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