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Small time crook Harry Bundage discovers that the old manor house where Lady St. Edmund resides, with three orphans and her butler Priory is the resting place for a hoard of treasure. Unfortunately, he doesn't know where it is. Bundage recruits urchin Casey Brown to dupe Lady St. Edmund into thinking that she is her long-lost granddaughter, so she can search for clues to the location of the treasure. Unbeknownst to Bundage AND her ladyship, Lady St. Edmund is flat broke, and Priory and the children help her ladyship try to keep her home and pride. Joined by Casey, they do all the chores and Priory acts as the butler, gardener, chauffeur and an old major all at the same time! Written by
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When the letter Bundage is writing to Lady St. Edmund is shown, it is clearly shorter than the text spoken in the voice over. See more »
[rushes into the lake to break up the fight between Anna, Casey and Cluny]
Are you all right?
Yeah. Yeah, I'm OK... I'm fine!
[holds her eye and trods out of the lake]
[holds Cluny and Anna each by the arm]
You two ought to be ashamed of yourselves! Two against one!
[on the shore]
Yes! And what will Grandmother say when she finds out?
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I loved this movie as a kid and watched it so much that i had all the lines memorized and wore out the betamax tape. I love David Niven in this movie and it was actually the reason I wanted to see the David Lean movies... my favorite scene is where Lady St. Edmund and Priory share a last dance. Some of the puzzles have remained in my head (For the sunrise student there is treasure among books) and have formed a long-lasting obsession with pirate treasures and real-life hidden treasure stories (oak island and rennes-le-chateau). Too bad movies of this type are no longer being made.
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