After ordering enough typewriting paper for 40 years, just to get discount, Heinrich Lohse is forced to retire. The former manager has plenty of time now to spend with his wife and their 16... See full summary »
Vicco von Bülow,
Vicco von Bülow,
Emil goes to Berlin to see his grandmother with a large amount of money and is offered sweets by a strange man that make him sleep. He wakes up at his stop with no money. It is up to him and a group of children to save the day.
The Seven Dwarves live deep within a female-free-zone of the Enchanted Forest, but they cannot resist the innocent charms of Snow White when she enters their world. So when the evil queen (Nina Hagen) abducts her, it is up to the dwarves to save her life.
Sven Unterwaldt Jr.
One day a nerdy middle-aged small-town man gets an exotic companion who can make wishes come true. Because the creature looks funny and behaves in an obnoxious way, he encounters all kinds of funny and embarrassing situations.
Ceddie, Earl of Dorincourt's only grandson and heir, lives in America with his mother. The Earl, getting old, asks them to come to England. Ceddie, now Lord Fauntleroy, is an adorable little fellow. The Earl, who at first was rather distant, becomes more and more fond of him. Then Minna shows up. She claims she was married to the Earl's eldest son and that her son, being their child, is the Earl's true heir.Written by
Willy Vanhaelen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There was originally to be a scene of Cedie (Lord Fauntleroy) being born. The scene shoot was planned for the 6th of August 1980, which was the due date of James Hodcroft, the baby that the producers had lined up to portray the infant-version of the titular character. Belvoir castle is in Grantham, Lincolnshire, England. Ricky Schroder stayed in a local village called Barrowby, for the U.K. filming, with the Hodcroft-family. James was born a day late, on the 7th of August; although the scene was filmed, it was ultimately cut from the movie. See more »
When Ceddie first goes to visit his mother he's running towards her and his hat blows off onto the grass. It can be seen from the point of view from the house when he and his mother are hugging. In the next view from the carriage that he came in, the hat is not on the grass. In the next scene from the view of the house the hat can be seen on the grass. See more »
My boy is your right and proper heir and I want what's comin' to me.
What's comin' to you is the back of my hand.
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We Wish You A Merry Christmas
[Christmas at Dorringcourt] See more »
Best Made for TV Movie ever made
This fantastic TV Movie made in 1979-80 still holds its place as the Best TV Movie ever made. The production values are fabulous, the cinematography awesome, the music score perfect, the casting magnificent, the pacing on track and the story emotional and very involving. Initially I video taped it, cutting out commercials, and that print was very imperfect. Years later I bought the VHS video version and the picture quality was quite poor with dirt specks and impurities and a very faded, sepia toned print. This film should be on the list for film preservation and remastering. It is a classic and I agree with those of you who say it is the best version to date, as I've seen the others and they pale in comparison. The DVD on Blu-Ray or regular would sell like hotcakes if it were properly marketed and there's a huge whole new audience out there who'd absolutely love it! There is a Website for TV Series Wanted on DVD, but sadly, no such forum for Movies Wanted on DVD. I have a List on my Website at: King Spud's Movie & TV Pages of many great films not yet released on DVD. Someone has been peeking at it as some very obscure films I listed have been produced on DVD. I just wish I could get All of those who own the rights to check out my List. Til then we can hope for the DVD or Hallmark Channel and other cable networks to run it again.
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