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"Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color" Pollyanna: Part 1 (1963)"Disneyland" Pollyanna: Part 1 (original title)

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Eleanor H. Porter (novel) (archive footage)
David Swift (archive footage)
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Original Air Date:
1 December 1963 (Season 10, Episode 9)
Pollyanna (1960) re-edited into a three-part television presentation. | Add synopsis »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Hayley Mills ... Pollyanna (archive footage)

Jane Wyman ... Aunt Polly Harrington (archive footage)

Richard Egan ... Dr. Edmond Chilton (archive footage)

Karl Malden ... Reverend Ford (archive footage)

Nancy Olson ... Nancy Furman (archive footage)

Adolphe Menjou ... Mr. Pendergast (archive footage)

Donald Crisp ... Mayor Karl Warren (archive footage)

Agnes Moorehead ... Mrs. Snow (archive footage)

Kevin Corcoran ... Jimmy Bean (archive footage)

James Drury ... George Dodds (archive footage)

Reta Shaw ... Mrs. Tilly Langerlof (archive footage)
Leora Dana ... Mrs. Ford (archive footage)

Anne Seymour ... Mrs. Amelia Tarbell (archive footage)

Edward Platt ... Ben Tarbell (archive footage)

Mary Grace Canfield ... Angelica (archive footage)
Jenny Egan ... Mildred Snow (archive footage)
Gage Clarke ... Mr. Murg (archive footage)

Ian Wolfe ... Mr. Neely (archive footage)
Nolan Leary ... Mr. Thomas (archive footage)
Edgar Dearing ... Mr. Gorman (archive footage)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Paul Frees ... Carnival Barker (voice) (uncredited) (archive footage)

Harry Harvey ... Editor (uncredited) (archive footage)
William Newell ... Mr. Hooper (uncredited) (archive footage)
David Swift ... Fireman (uncredited) (archive footage)

Episode Crew
Directed by
David Swift (archive footage)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Eleanor H. Porter  novel (archive footage)
David Swift  archive footage

Produced by
George Golitzen .... producer
Original Music by
Paul J. Smith (archive footage) (as Paul Smith)
Film Editing by
Frank Gross (archive footage)
Art Direction by
Carroll Clark (archive footage)
Robert Clatworthy (archive footage)
Set Decoration by
Emile Kuri 
Fred M. MacLean  (as Fred MacLean)
Costume Design by
Walter Plunkett (archive footage)
Makeup Department
Pat McNalley .... makeup artist
Ruth Sandifer .... hair stylist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joseph C. Behm .... assistant director
Sound Department
Robert O. Cook .... sound supervisor
Dean Thomas .... sound
Special Effects by
Ub Iwerks .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Peter Ellenshaw .... matte artist
Camera and Electrical Department
Russell Harlan .... cinematographer: archive footage
Travers Hill .... camera operator (archival footage) (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Gertrude Casey .... costumer
Chuck Keehne .... costumer
Music Department
Evelyn Kennedy .... music editor (archive footage)
Franklyn Marks .... orchestrator (archive footage)
Other crew
Leon Charles .... dialogue coach
Don DaGradi .... sequence consultant

Production CompaniesDistributors

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Disneyland: Pollyanna: Part 1 (#10.9)" - USA (original title)
60 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

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Movie Connections:
Edited from Pollyanna (1960)See more »


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