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I saw this film many years ago late 50s early 60s it was a real weepy, one of those films you never forget and I would just love to see it again, not the TV series I don't know that, I mean the Movie it may even have been black and white I am just not sure anyone know where I can get a copy of the Movie. I can still see the sweet kids with their parents and then with the oldest child they were all, the other kids in some sort of cart or wagon trailing from house to house in the freezing snow I know there was a lot of tears in the film and on our sofa. It is a real moving film. it is about a true life situation that must have been a dreadful time for all concerned and it is this that makes it so moving and powerful.
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