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Little Orphant Annie (1918)

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Annie
Tom Santschi ...
Dave Johnson
Harry Lonsdale ...
Annie's Uncle
Eugenie Besserer ...
Mrs. Goode
Doris Baker ...
Baby Lillian Wade ...
Orphan (as Lillian Wade)
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Billy Jacobs ...
George Hupp ...
James Whitcomb Riley ...
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Mae Gaston ...
Annie's Mother
Lillian Hayward ...
Aunt Elizabeth
Lafe McKee ...
The Good Squire
Jean Stone ...
Little Annie as a Child
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Interesting historical piece.
7 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Little orphant annie is interesting piece based on the story by james whitcomb riley. James whitcomb riley is actually in the movie as the narrator of the silent story. You will find some interesting early special effects in this movie. The story line is good although a bit disjointed in sections. Collen Moore turns in a good performance. Little orphant annie is the tale of child whose mother dies and she is sent to the orphanage at a young age. There she develops a skill of telling wild tales to the other children which leads to some fantastic early special effects to bring the story to life. As she gets older and it forced to live with her mean uncle and the story develops from there. IF you get the opportunity to catch the film it is worth viewing.


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