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A young girl is adopted into a small town family, but instead of finding happiness, she finds her life a living nightmare due to neighbors' constant speculation as to he father's identity. The scuttlebutt is that she is the illegitimate daughter of a prominent lawyer and former resident (Ronald Reagan). The girl (Shirley Temple in her first role as a teen) becomes especially sensitive to the gossip after she hits adolescence. The backbiting gets so bad, that she loses her first boyfriend. Matters become more ...
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Overview

A young girl is adopted into a small town family, but instead of finding happiness, she finds her life a living nightmare due to neighbors' constant speculation as to he father's identity. The scuttlebutt is that she is the illegitimate daughter of a prominent lawyer and former resident (Ronald Reagan). The girl (Shirley Temple in her first role as a teen) becomes especially sensitive to the gossip after she hits adolescence. The backbiting gets so bad, that she loses her first boyfriend. Matters become more explosive when the lawyer returns from Washington D.C. and begins a romance with the girl's favorite teacher. He also finds the troubled girl intriguing but does not realize this until the despondent youth attempts to commit suicide.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/30/2012
  • UPC: 883316652756
  • Original Release: 1947
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  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:23:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 39,171

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Shirley Temple Mary Hagen
Ronald Wilson Reagan Tom Bates
Rory Calhoun Ken Fresneau
Dorothy Peterson Minta Hagen
Charles Kemper Jim Hagen
Jean Porter Sharon Bailey
Nella Walker Molly Freneau
Lois Maxwell Julia Lane
Florence Allen
Louis Austin Kate Hillston
William B. Davidson Mr. Bowman
William Edmunds Corey, the Chauffeur
Sarah Edwards Charlotte Miller
Virginia Farmer Millie Corey
Jane Hamilton Widow Bailey
Bill Henderson
Boyd Irwin Rev. Sparling
Ray Klinge
Claire Meade Liza Bingham
Ray Montgomery
Jack Mower Men in Drugstore
Robert Palmer
Milton Parsons Station Agent
Constance Purdy Ruth Laverty
Billy Roy Boy
Jack Smart
Helen Wallace Rose Halliday
Anthony Warde
Paul Weber Slicker
Guy Wilkerson Link Spencer
Rhoda Williams College Student
Gracille LaVinder Nurse Boswell
Kathryn Kane
Ed Russell School Board Member
Conrad Janis Dewey Coons
Penny Edwards Christine Delaney
Harry Davenport Judge Merrivale
Winifred Harris Selma Delaney
Moroni Olsen Trenton Gateley
Frank Conroy Dr. Stone
Kathryn Card Miss Grover
Douglas Kennedy Herb
Barbara Brown Lorna Gateley
Tom Fadden Village Loafer
Technical Credits
Peter Godfrey Director
Wesley Anderson Special Effects
Stanley Fleischer Art Director
Leo F. Forbstein Musical Direction/Supervision
Karl W. Freund Cinematographer
Alex Gottlieb Producer
Charles Hoffman Screenwriter
William McGann Special Effects
Lyle B. Reifsnider Set Decoration/Design
William Travilla Costumes/Costume Designer
Franz Waxman Score Composer
David Weisbart Editor
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  • Posted March 5, 2014

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    Not a bad little movie, but I doubt I would have sat through the

    Not a bad little movie, but I doubt I would have sat through the whole movie if the stars weren't Shirley Temple (one of my favorite little actresses) and Ronald Reagan.

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