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Bad Little Angel (27-Oct-1939)

Director: Wilhelm Thiele

Writer: Dorothy Yost

From novel: Looking After Sandy: A Simple Romance by Margaret Turnbull

Musical Score: Edward Ward

Producer: Albert F. Levoy

Keywords: Drama

A pre-teen girl runs away from her orphanage home and "adopts" a family in a small town, quoting Bible verses along the way. Sentimental and humorous, and despite the plot line not overly religious. Virginia Weidler in a role originally intended for Judy Garland. Unfortunately, the talented young Weidler was never able to make the transition to adult actress.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Henry Hull
Actor
3-Oct-1890 8-Mar-1977 Werewolf of London
Ian Hunter
Actor
13-Jun-1900 23-Sep-1975 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Guy Kibbee
Actor
6-Mar-1882 24-May-1956 Captain January
Reginald Owen
Actor
5-Aug-1887 5-Nov-1972 Prolific character actor
Elizabeth Patterson
Actor
22-Nov-1875 31-Jan-1966 Mrs. Matilda Trumbull on I Love Lucy
Gene Reynolds
Actor
4-Apr-1923   Child actor, later TV director/producer
Virginia Weidler
Actor
21-Mar-1927 1-Jul-1968 The Philadelphia Story

CAST

with
Virginia Weidler   ...   Patsy
Gene Reynolds   ...   Tommy Wilks
Guy Kibbee   ...   Luther Marvin
Ian Hunter   ...   Jm Creighton
Elizabeth Patterson   ...   Mrs. Perkins
Reginald Owen   ...   Edwards (valet)
Henry Hull   ...   Red Wilks
Lois Wilson   ...   Ellen Creighton

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