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1 Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

In the year before the 1904 St Louis World's Fair, the four Smith daughters learn lessons of life and love, even as they prepare for a reluctant move to New York.

7.7/10 12,609
2 Kid Millions (1934)

A musical comedy about a Brooklyn boy (Eddie Cantor) who inherits a fortune from his archaeologist father, but has to go to Egypt to claim it.

7.8/10 341
3 The Cookie Carnival (1935 short)

Cookies, cakes, and other desserts march in a parade. A gingerbread girl cries because she has nothing to wear; a gingerbread man dresses her up, and she is named cookie queen.

7.1/10 318
4 Always in My Heart (1942)

After many years, MacKenzie Scott is pardoned from prison, but his wife is already involved with another man...

6.5/10 230
5 The Gay Parisian (1941 short)

In a Paris nightclub setting, the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo performs to the music of Jacques Offenbach.

5.8/10 200
6 All the Cats Join In (1946 short)

A cool cat teen hears a tune on the jukebox at the malt shop and calls his girl; she rounds up a crowd and soon the place is jumping. No dialogue, just the song lyrics. The pencil drawing everyone is shown throughout the first half.

6.9/10 145
7 Start Cheering (1938)

Film star Ted Crosley, fed up with movie life, quits pictures to enroll in Midland College, much to...

6.4/10 96
8 Strawberry Shortcake in Big Apple City (1981 TV short)

Strawberry Shortcake travels to Big Apple City to compete with the Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak in a televised bakeoff.

7.5/10 46
9 How to Eat Like a Child (1981 TV movie) "   20
10 Saan nagtatago si happiness? (2006)

Crazy and heartwarming! Finding happiness isn't part of Tikyo's everyday plan. For him, at the age of 50...

6.6/10 5
11 The Next Big Hit (????)

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