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|Shirley Temple||Mytyl Tyl|
|Spring Byington||Mummy Tyl|
|Nigel Bruce||Mr. Luxury|
|Eddie Collins||Tylo, the dog|
|Laura Hope Crews||Mrs. Luxury|
|Claire Du Brey||Nurse|
|Edward Earle||Maple Tree|
|Thurston Hall||Father Time|
|Russell Hicks||Daddy Tyl|
|Sterling Holloway||Wild Plum|
|Sybil Jason||Angela Berligot|
|Cecilia Loftus||Granny Tyl|
|Jessie Ralph||Fairy Berylune|
|Gene Reynolds||Studious Boy|
|Leona Roberts||Mrs. Berlingot|
|Johnny Russell||Tyltyl Tyl|
|Al Shean||Grandpa Tyl|
|Ann E. Todd||Little Sister|
|Arthur C. Miller||Cinematographer|
|Alfred Newman||Score Composer|
|Gene Markey||Associate Producer|
|Darryl F. Zanuck||Producer|
Posted October 1, 2010
Brought back a wonderful childhood memory.
Something I remember only seeing on TV once.
And always wanted to see it again, but didn't know the name of it,
or even remember who was in it.
I'll be watching it again and again.
And sharing it with my Grandchildren.
Posted September 9, 2004
I saw this movie as a child @ my grandmother's and have never forgotten one scene in particular: 'the Land of the Unborn'. The theme of love not being bound by time or space was pivotal in the development of the values I hold today...and quite a profound concept to be couched in a film intended for children! So, there is something within to rekindle hope in the most cynical adult while still being whimsical enough to entertain the kids.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 19, 2004
I loved this movie, having seen it for the first time as an adult. I especially liked when the children visit the land of the unborn - not unsettling to me at all. It is enjoyable and charming!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.