Meg, a young ballet student, idolizes the school's top ballerina, the shallow Ariane Bouchet. Meg is distressed when she learns visiting prima ballerina Darina rather than Bouchet will play... See full summary »
Meg, a young ballet student, idolizes the school's top ballerina, the shallow Ariane Bouchet. Meg is distressed when she learns visiting prima ballerina Darina rather than Bouchet will play the lead in the school's production of "Swan Lake." So on opening night, Meg arranges an accident which nearly kills Darina and ends her dancing career. As a result, Bouchet becomes a star, while Meg is torn with guilt. Written by
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this is the best movie for every 40's colors about a young dance student accidentally cripples a teacher she doesn''t like and as for sure very well done movie and as always for goods of course I really like it and also the ending she really looks pretty but what I say Margaret O' Brien's early ones were OK if you guys can just watch her late ones, you'll really be interested in them. I'm going to show this to my 6 year old sister once it comes on again soon. And instead just look at some of the pictures from the movie on Childstarlets.com This movie kind of have to be rated PG cause' the only bad part about this movie is that Meg Merlin (Margaret O' Brien) gets Frightened by that wicked old monster thing I don't know how that got into this movie but it is really scary yep that almost made me feel shocked and possessed 10 out of 10 congratulations and Successful!
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