Samantha: An American Girl Holiday
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An American Girl Holiday (2004) (TV) More at IMDbPro »Samantha: An American Girl Holiday (original title)

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A couple kiss at their wedding.

A young factory worker is injured when his finger gets caught in a sewing machine. The injury is not seen, but it's implied that it's fairly gruesome.

Samantha falls out of a tree and scrapes her knee we see a small amount of blood

Eddie throws a rock at a window and threatens to blame it on Nellie's younger sister

Some wine consumption by adults at a dinner table

We find out Nellie's father died

Young orphans are threatened to be separated from their siblings and sent on an Orphan train if they misbehave.

Samantha is scolded by Mrs. Ryland for letting Nellie spend the night in her boathouse Nellie is shown crying because of it.

Two women say rude things about Samantha during a wedding reception.

A young girl is playing with a wedding veil and it catches on fire.

Eddie constantly bullies Samantha.

Nellie's younger sister becomes very ill but she recovers.

Samantha becomes very emotional when she finds out Nellie and her sisters have to go back to the orphanage.

Mrs. Frouchy is a very rude and arrogant woman who embezzles money from the orphanage by spending it on expensive clothing for herself

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