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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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?
According to director David Swift
, after looking at 362 girls for the part of Pollyanna, they still did not have anyone to play the part. One day, Walt Disney
's wife Lilly went shopping with Disney studio head Bill Anderson
's wife while they were in London on business. The two ladies saw Hayley Mills
in Tiger Bay
(1959) and thought she was perfect for the role of Pollyanna. The two men didn't listen to them, but they were so persistent that the men finally agreed to watch the movie and immediately decided to cast Hayley. See more
When Pollyanna (and her doll) fall from the high bedroom window, near the end of the film, they land on the pathway some distance from the house. They should have landed, at most, just a few feet from the building. See more
[after Jimmy Bean jumps out of the tree and scares her
Why don't you come out of the front door like normal people?
They won't let us. I can come out anytime I want with my tree.
You could also fall and hurt yourself badly. You shouldn't play in trees.
That's stupid. Don't you believe in God?
Of course I do! But what's that got to do with it?
He grew it there, didn't He? So I can climb it anytime I want.
You're much too young to go around discussing things you don't know anything ...
When the Saints Go Marching in
Written by Katharine E. Purvis
and James Milton Black See more