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Little Lord Fauntleroy [videorecording] / a production of Timeline Films for Milestone Film & Video ; a presentation of the Mary Pickford Foundation ; producers, John Flynn, Keith Lawrence, Hugh Munro Neely.

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  • 2 of 2 copies available at Bibliomation.
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Oliver Wolcott Library - Litchfield DVD SILENT LIT (Text to phone) 36123103379523 Adult DVD Available -
Woodbury Public Library CEDVD SILENT/ LITTLE C.1 (Text to phone) 34018117904435 Cultural Educational DVD Available -

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General Note:
Tinted version of the motion picture originally produced in 1921 by the Mary Pickford Company ; directed by Alfred E. Green and Jack Pickford ; based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett ; screen adaptation by Bernard McConville.
Region 0; aspect ratio 1.33:1.
Bonus features: Stills gallery for Little Lord Fauntleroy; stills gallery from the life of Mary Pickford; Milestone press kit (pdf file).
Creation/Production Credits Note:
Photography, Charles Rosher ; music by Nigel Holton.
Participant or Performer Note:
Mary Pickford, Claude Gillingwater, Joseph Dowling, James Marcus, Kate Price, Fred Malatesta.
Summary, etc.:
The fortunes of Cedric Fauntleroy and his widowed mother "Dearest" change when the elderly Earl of Dorincourt has Cedric, his rightful heir, brought from the slums of New York to England. The Earl welcomes Cedric but banishes his mother to a cottage outside the manor, unjustly accusing her of marrying his son for the money.
System Details Note:
DVD; Dolby Digital stereo.
Subject: Inheritance and succession > Drama.
Grandfathers > Drama.
Mothers and sons > Drama.
Conduct of life > Drama.
Nobility > England > Drama.
Americans > England > Drama.
England > Social life and customs > 19th century > Drama.
Genre: Feature films.

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