Prudence wishes for a new part in the school play on the first evening star. She finds that she doesn't like what happens for her wish to come true. It turns out to be the best outcome in the end and everyone is happy with their parts.

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Nanny
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Professor Everett
David Doremus ...
Hal
Trent Lehman ...
Butch
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Prudence
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Professor Carraway
Jan Shutan ...
Mrs. Baker
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Prof. Howard Martin
Brenda Kelly ...
Amy
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Prudence wishes for a new part in the school play on the first evening star. She finds that she doesn't like what happens for her wish to come true. It turns out to be the best outcome in the end and everyone is happy with their parts.

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9 October 1970 (USA)  »

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Wishing on a Star
24 May 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Prudence (Kim Richards) wants to be a bunny rabbit in the school play instead of a flower. Sitting outside with Nanny (Juliet Mills) she wishes for it on the first evening star. She soon receives a phone call from her teacher saying she will indeed be a rabbit in the play. But, she returns home from school the next day dejected because she finds the reason she will be playing a rabbit is because her best friend who was to play the part is sick. Now she feels she is to blame and wishes for her recovery on the next evening star. A second plot line involves the Professor (Richard Long) attempting to convince faculty that elderly Professor Carraway's (familiar character actor Arthur O'Connell) age doesn't hinder his performance. Things intersect in unexpected ways to everyone's merriment.


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