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Dear Brigitte (1965)

 -  Comedy | Family  -  8 January 1965 (USA)
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Professor Leaf, an absent-minded poet with a prejudice against the sciences, is forced to face the fact that his son is a math prodigy with little artistic talent of his own.

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Professor Robert Leaf
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Kenneth 'Kenny' Taylor
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Vina Leaf
Cindy Carol ...
Pandora 'Panny' Leaf
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Erasmus 'Ras' Leaf
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Peregrine Upjohn
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Doctor Volker
Charles Robinson ...
George
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Dean Sawyer
Jane Wald ...
Terry, George's Wife
Alice Pearce ...
Unemployment Office Clerk
Jesse White ...
Cliff Argyle the Bookie
Gene O'Donnell ...
Police Lt. Rink
Orville Sherman ...
Von Schlogg
Maida Severn ...
Miss Eva, Ras' Teacher
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Professor Leaf, an absent-minded poet with a prejudice against the sciences, is forced to face the fact that his son is a math prodigy with little artistic talent of his own. Written by <ghelton@airmail.net>

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Glynis Johns character, Vina Leaf, firmly and politely defends England's bankers when the Bank Manager attempts to contrast the way English and American banks regard children. Glynis Johns previous theatrical role was the mother of two small children and wife of an English banker in Mary Poppins (1964). See more »

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Notwithstanding the opening background shots of the Golden Gate bridge, the exteriors of this film were NOT filmed in the San Francisco bay area. After about 30 seconds into the film, the exteriors are shot in the Seattle/Tacoma puget sound bay area. The boat "Issaquah" is the giveaway. See more »

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Professor Robert Leaf: Uh, Ras, I'd like to talk to ya.
Vina Leaf: Oh. Man to man stuff.
Erasmus 'Ras' Leaf: Already? I'm only eight.
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References Tom Jones (1963) See more »

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Slight comedy
18 June 2001 | by See all my reviews

In the 1960's this might have passed for wholesome family entertainment. Getting Fabian for a throw-away role was probably a good casting coup, and for comic relief you have Ed Wynn and Billy Mumy's 'Rain Man' routines. He is an IBM in sneakers, from which most of the plot develops. He secretly writes a love letter to Bardot every night and one day he gets a response in the form of an invitation to visit her in France. Billy and dad Jimmy Stewart go to Paris and have a meeting with Miss Bardot. She gives the little boy an autograph, a kiss and a puppy.

Inoffensive little comedy that might give you a laugh or two. I like movies that reference real movie stars in their title, like "Being John Malkovich" and "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar" so this makes the hat trick for me.


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