The Little Colonel (22-Feb-1935)|
Director: David Butler
Writer: William M. Conselman
From novel: The Little Colonel by Annie Fellows Johnston
A crusty old colonel from the Confederate Army disowns his daughter Elizabeth after she marries a Yankee; years later, she and her adorable daughter Miss Lloyd move into the house next door. Miss Lloyd (the "Little Colonel") and Col. Lloyd strike up a friendship, and she does her best to heal the family's wounds. One of the best Shirley Temple films, with an unforgettable dance number with Bojangles Robinson. A closing segment in Technicolor was often omitted on television broadcasts.
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