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Where the Lilies Bloom (1974)

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A family of Appalachian children live together in the backwoods so that they can stay together after the death of their widower father.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Julie Gholson ...
Mary Call
...
Devola
Matthew Burrill ...
Romey
Helen Harmon ...
Ima Dean
Sudie Bond ...
Miss Fleetie
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Roy Luther
Tom Spratley ...
Mr. Connell
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Goldie Pease
Bob Cole ...
Hyder Graybeal
Helen Bragdon ...
Mrs. Connell
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Kiser Pease
Martha Nell Hardy ...
Rose Graybeal
Resi Sinclair ...
Alma Graybeal
Gregg Parrish ...
Gaither Graybeal
Janine Hughes ...
1st girl
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A family of Appalachian children live together in the backwoods so that they can stay together after the death of their widower father.

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10 December 1975 (Sweden)  »

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Der liljene blomstrer  »

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Based on the novel written by Bill and Vera Cleaver (Nominee, 1970 National Book Award for Children's Literature; Notable Children's Books of 1969 (ALA); Best Books of 1969 (SLJ); Outstanding Children's Books of 1969 (NYT)). See more »

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Mary Call: Get it Romey! Get it!
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Composed by Richard Wagner
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Great Movie!
20 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie was one of my all time favorites as a child and now as I am grown it is not just a movie it reminds me of simpler and happy times. I love watching it time and time again, showing it to my husband and one day our children. Being raised in the area where it was filmed it is every exciting to see all the great landmarks portrayed in this movie, some of which do not exist anymore. The characters, actors, and simplicity of this movie make it a ten on my list! The story line is a good one and the characters really portray what I think it would have been like in those times and situations. I would recommend this movie to everyone who enjoys a good movie.


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