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Pollyanna (19-May-1960)

Director: David Swift

Writer: David Swift

From novel: Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter

Keywords: Juvenile

Pollyanna, orphaned daughter of missionaries, comes to live with her Aunt Polly, a prim society woman. Pollyanna's mischievous optimism manages to charm the entire town, though Aunt Polly is a tougher nut to crack. Hayley Mills won a special Juvenile Oscar. Adolphe Menjou's final film.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kevin Corcoran
Actor
10-Jun-1949   Disney child actor
Donald Crisp
Actor
27-Jul-1880 25-May-1974 Silent film actor, survived into talkies
Leora Dana
Actor
1-Apr-1923 13-Dec-1983 Some Came Running
James Drury
Actor
18-Apr-1934   The Virginian
Richard Egan
Actor
29-Jul-1921 20-Jul-1987 Samuel Clegg on Capitol
Karl Malden
Actor
22-Mar-1912 1-Jul-2009 Streets of San Francisco
Adolphe Menjou
Actor
18-Feb-1890 29-Oct-1963 A Farewell to Arms
Hayley Mills
Actor
18-Apr-1946   The Parent Trap
Agnes Moorehead
Actor
6-Dec-1900 30-Apr-1974 Endora on Bewitched
Nancy Olson
Actor
14-Jul-1928   Sunset Blvd.
Edward Platt
Actor
14-Feb-1916 19-Mar-1974 Chief on Get Smart
Anne Seymour
Actor
11-Sep-1909 8-Dec-1988 Character actress
Reta Shaw
Actor
13-Sep-1912 8-Jan-1982 The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
Ian Wolfe
Actor
4-Nov-1896 23-Jan-1992 Bedlam
Jane Wyman
Actor
5-Jan-1917 10-Sep-2007 Falcon Crest

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