A little girl comes to a town that is embattled by feuds and intimidated by her aunt. By the time she must leave, she has transformed the community with her indominatable will to see the good side of even the worst situations and bring it out for the betterment of all. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <email@example.com>
Meet the people, the pleasure, the entertainment of the year! All the love, laughter and drama that life can hold, poured into one unforgettable motion picture!
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Did You Know?
Director / screenwriter David Swift
had wanted to trim the overlong film by about 20 minutes and rearrange some scenes (most notably the acquisition of the doll in the town bazaar sequence) but Walt Disney
, who fell in love with the film by watching the dailies, would not allow it and Swift did not have final-cut privileges. See more
Aunt Polly's entire staff knows that Pollyanna can't come to the bazaar, motivating the cook to bake dozens of cakes to sell, yet when she sneaks out the window and shows up, they all tell her to hurry up and put on her costume so she can be part of the flag, as if they were expecting her to show up despite being forbidden by her Aunt. See more
[exploring her Aunt Polly's house
Who lives in all these?
There's no one lives in them. They're just *there*.
That's what being wealthy is. You sure are a question-asker, aren't you?
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When the Saints Go Marching in
Written by Katharine E. Purvis
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