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Timothy's Quest (1936)

Approved | | Comedy, Drama | 31 January 1936 (USA)
Timothy (Dickie Moore), an orphan, is sent with his sister, Gay (Sally Martin), to a farm run by Vilda Cummins (Elizabeth Patterson, an old maid with a dislike for children. Timothy ... See full summary »

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David Masters
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Timothy
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Samantha Tarbox
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Vilda Cummins
Sally Martin ...
Gay
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Jimmy (as Bennie Bartlett)
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Rev. Fellows
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Hitty Tarbox
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Dr. Cudd
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Flossie Cudd
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Ed (as Jack Clifford)
John Kelly ...
Herb
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Jabe Doolittle
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Timothy (Dickie Moore), an orphan, is sent with his sister, Gay (Sally Martin), to a farm run by Vilda Cummins (Elizabeth Patterson, an old maid with a dislike for children. Timothy eventually wins her over, and also pushes along the romance for her niece, Martha (Eleanore Whitney), with David Masters (Tom Keene). Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Comedy | Drama

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31 January 1936 (USA)  »

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Come Don Chisciotte  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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One of over 700 Paramount productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since. See more »

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Version of Timothy's Quest (1922) See more »

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A nice sweet, feel good movie that one doesn't see anymore.
30 September 2001 | by See all my reviews

When I got this film, I sort of discounted it because I did not think there would be much to it (that it would be just another child's film based on a Kate Douglas Higgin children's book), but I was in for a surprise. It is the story of a little boy searching for a home, not so much for himself, but for his sister. Dickie Moore is marvelous as the little boy. It left me with an upbeat feeling, that there is still good in this world. Not many movies strive for that feeling anymore. It really should be a children's classic.


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