Selection of the Best Helen Keller movie and video’sHelen Keller movie and video’s have the best collection full length movies and   videos about her life.  Helen Keller became blind and death at the age of 19 months. The story of her life is an inspiration to everyone.  Irrespective of her circumstances she had a vision and perseverance to make a contribution to others with disabilities and set an example to all of us.

Seeing and listening to these visual presentations of this remarkable women is a true inspiration for each of us.


  • Birth Date: June 27, 1880
  • Place Of Birth: Tuscumbia, Alabama
  • Occupation: Educator, Journalist
  • Death Date: June 1, 1968

Helen Keller become blind and death at the age of 19 months. The story of her life story, of somebody with a vision, perseverance and  irrespective of her circumstances she made a contribution to others with, disabilities. This real live story is an inspiration and a lesson to everyone.

Helen Keller Movies

Helen Keller Movie: The Miracle Worker (1962)

  • The Miracle Worker is a 1962 American biographical film directed by Arthur Penn. The screenplay by William Gibson is based on his 1959 play of the same title, which originated as a 1957 broadcast of the television anthology series Playhouse 90.
  • Young Helen Keller (Patty Duke), blind and deaf since infancy due to a severe case of scarlet fever, is frustrated by her inability to communicate and subject to frequent violent and uncontrollable outbursts as a result. Unable to deal with her, her terrified and helpless parents contact the Perkins School for the Blind for assistance. In response they send Anne Sullivan (Anne Bancroft), a former student, to the Keller home to tutor her. What ensues is a battle of wills as Anne breaks down Helen’s walls of silence and darkness through persistence, love, and sheer stubbornness.

Helen Keller Movie: The Story Of My Life

This movie based on Helen Keller’s Life Story. Some comments on the movie:

  • A beautiful and Inspiring movie.
  • Wow that is AMAZING i just love that Helen Keller movie.
  • JUST WOW!!! I loved this movie, it was so inspiring… I’m speechless….. It made me cry at the end… Which today’s kids like Helen all had teachers like Annie…
  • I love this Helen Keller movie it’s sad but it teaches all of us ppl something.
  • I love this movie so flippin’ much!
  • I thought it was a beautiful Helen Keller movie and good for Helen and a great hand to Annie Sullivan!!!!
  • This was a very well made film. That’s amazing how one woman and one child were able to accomplish so much.
  • Lot’s of patient is needed to achieve your desires. I salute annie for being so good in doing it. Good movie.:)
  • Very inspiring Helen Keller movie.
  • It was a beautiful movie.

Helen Keller Videos

Helen Keller – First Meeting the Miracle Worker

American educator Helen Keller overcame the adversity of being blind and deaf to become one of the 20th century’s leading humanitarians, as well as co-founder of the ACLU.

Helen Keller – First Meeting the Miracle Worker (TV-14) On March 3rd, 1887, Anne Sullivan arrived at the Keller’s home in Alabama to work with their deaf and blind daughter, Helen. Through their work together, Helen Keller would go on to become one of the most influential people in history.

Helen Keller Speaks Out

Helen Keller explains about her Greatest Disappointment in life….that she could not speak normally. Comments from people that have seen this video:

  • Truly remarkable person and her determination is breath taking.
  • An extraordinary and very moving clip about a great lady.
  • So amazing what the human being is capable of. Never being able to see or hear she was able to learn like the rest of us. She is able to express herself with words and very intelligently. A true example of no matter how hard things may be for us, there’s someone who has it worse and is trying harder to overcome their own obstacles.
  • Helen Keller is simply A LIVING MIRACLE.
  • She’s so inspiring!
  • This woman is amazing I’m blown away by her determination and faith to reach her goals.
  • It is truly inspirationalwhat Helen managed to accomplish, to even learn any form of language/ find the meaning of completely random movements seems impossible, yet she manages to speak quite well despite what she has had to overcome.  Her vocabulary is also much more developed than the majority of people today.  What is so incredible is that she still wanted to strive to be a better speaker, even after all that she had accomplished.
  • This is so amazing…
  • I can’t believe she learned to speak! SO INCREDIBLE! She’s truly an incredible inspiring!

Helen Keller Speech

  • Helen Keller speech, re-enactment at a Lions International Convention at Cedar Point, Ohio, June 30, 1925. Dear Lions and Ladies:
  • I suppose you have heard the legend that represents opportunity as a capricious lady, who knocks at every door but once, and if the door isn’t opened quickly, she passes on, never to return. And that is as it should be. Lovely, desirable ladies won’t wait. You have to go out and grab ‘em……….Listen to the rest….

Helen Keller & Anne Sullivan (1930 Newsreel Footage)

  • Quite rare material.
  • Helen Keller, the American author, political activist and lecturer, whom I don’t have to explain much about, and her instructor and lifelong companion, Anne Sullivan, appears in a Vita phone newsreel from 1930. In this footage Sullivan shows the way how Helen Keller learned to talk. The final line of this footage, “I Am Not DUMB now!” is somewhat touching.
  • I know this footage have been shown on lots of more recent materials, but I was little bit surprised that nobody uploaded this before on YT except some clips, so I upload the full-length version.

Helen Keller – Her Amazing Story

  • Helen Adams Keller (June 27, 1880 June 1, 1968) was an American author, political activist and lecturer. She was the first deaf-blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. The story of how Keller’s teacher, Annie Sullivan, broke through the isolation imposed by a near complete lack of language, allowing the girl to blossom as she learned to communicate, has become known worldwide through the dramatic depictions of the play and film The Miracle Worker.
  • A prolific author, Keller was well traveled and was outspoken in her opposition to war. She campaigned for women’s suffrage, workers’ rights, and socialism, as well as many other progressive causes.

Seriously Amazing Objects: The Extraordinary Life of Helen Keller

  • Author, activist, and advocate, Helen Keller accomplished remarkable feats throughout her life, one of which includes being the first deaf-blind person to earn a college degree.

Helen Keller Slides