A little girl comes to a town that is embattled by feuds and intimidated by her aunt. By the time she must leave, she has transformed the community with her indominatable will to see the good side of even the worst situations and bring it out for the betterment of all.
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Meet the people, the pleasure, the entertainment of the year! All the love, laughter and drama that life can hold, poured into one unforgettable motion picture!
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Did You Know?
Director / screenwriter David Swift
had wanted to trim the overlong film by about 20 minutes and rearrange some scenes (most notably the acquisition of the doll in the town bazaar sequence) but Walt Disney
, who fell in love with the film by watching the dailies, would not allow it and Swift did not have final-cut privileges. See more
When Pollyanna (and her doll) fall from the high bedroom window, near the end of the film, they land on the pathway some distance from the house. They should have landed, at most, just a few feet from the building. See more
Stuffy in here. Not much of a room, is it?
But it's my own, anyway. I'm glad of that. Ooh, and the bed's soft! And it's got a lovely window.
[Pollyanna looks out the window and sees Nancy embracing a man
Who's that man down there with Nancy?
None of your business. Just be sure you're dressed in time for dinner. Think she'd do better than this for her own niece.
Version of Pollyanna
Little Brown Jug
Written by Joseph Winner See more