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Littlest Angel
     

The Littlest Angel

2.0 4
Director: Joe Layton, Walter C. Miller, Heino Ripp, Stan Zabka

Cast: Joe Layton, Walter C. Miller, Heino Ripp, Stan Zabka

 

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In this made-for-television musical fable, a young boy yearns to become an angel after he dies in a fall.

Overview

In this made-for-television musical fable, a young boy yearns to become an angel after he dies in a fall.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/15/2015
UPC:
0644827801626
Original Release:
1969
Source:
Nostalgia Family
Sales rank:
26,757

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Cab Calloway Actor
James Coco Actor
Fred Gwynne Actor
Tony Randall Actor
Connie Stevens Actor
Johnny Whitaker Actor
E.G. Marshall Actor
John McGiver Actor
George Rose Actor
Evelyn Russell Actor
Cris Alexander Actor
George Blackwell Actor
Mary Jo Catlett Actor
Lu Leonard Actor

Technical Credits
Joe Layton Director
Walter C. Miller Director
Heino Ripp Director
Stan Zabka Director
Patricia Gray Screenwriter
Lan O'Kun Producer,Screenwriter
John Olszewski Editor
Lester Osterman Producer
Burr Smidt Producer
Charles Tazewell Screenwriter

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The Littlest Angel 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Unlike the first reviewer from several years ago stated-- this IS the 1969 Johnny Whitaker Littlest Angel movie. I decided to take a chance after reading everything I could on the B&amp N site abt it--but becuz of the first reviewer I wasn't sure I would get the real thing. I did. I remember as a child how much I loved Johnny Whitaker. This movie really takes u back. It's highly doubtful though that anyone who wasn't a baby boomer would like this due to the lack of technology back in 1969 compared to 2008. But for babyboomers, it is a walk down memory lane.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I purchased this after searching for years for the made for tv, 1969 version starring the adorable in the part, Johnny Whitaker. What a disappointment to recieve an animated version. (Which by the way has a 1997 date on it!) I had wondered based on the front cover, but other videos have been packaged worse. I did not keep this video and am returning in in hopes of someday finding the real thing. Why would I want an animated version when real actors are so much more interesting and make the story, a heart felt one at that, so much more so. I sure hope someone at Barnes and Noble takes a good look at the way this video is catalogued and notes it as animated and not the Johhny Whitaker version, but as the story or completely takes it off his search. I am so disappointed! This feels like bait and switch.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was just about to purchase this dvd when something told me to "dig a little deeper". That's when I came across your review. I am soooo happy that I didn't purchase. I, too, want the Johnny Whittaker version and this ad is very misleading! Shame on Barnes and Noble. If you can't get the real thing, then at least take this off your site!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago