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Little Lord Fauntleroy (March 6, 1936)

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Little Lord Fauntleroy
 

Released on March 6, 1936: (running time 1 hour and 41 minutes) A little boy born in Brooklyn discovers that he has inherited a fortune in England that is his on the condition that he never see his mother again.

Produced by David O. Selznick

Directed by John Cromwell

The Actors: Freddie Bartholomew (Ceddie, Cedric Errol Lord Fauntleroy), Dolores Costello-Barrymore ('Dearest' - Ceddie's mother), C-Aubrey-Smith (The Earl of Dorincourt), Guy Kibbee (Mr. Hobbs), Henry Stephenson (Mr. Havisham, lawyer), Mickey Rooney (Dick Tipton), Constance Collier (Lady Lorridaile), E.E. Clive (Sir Harry Lorridaile), Una O'Connor (Mary, Dearest's housekeeper), Jackie Searl (Tom, minnie and Ben's son), Jessie Ralph (Mrs. McGillicuddy the apple woman), Ivan F. Simpson (Reverend Mordaunt), Helen Flint (Minna), Eric Alden (Ben), May Beatty (Mrs. Mellon, castle housekeeper), Virginia Field (Miss Herbert), Reginald Barlow (Newick), Lionel Belmore (Higgins), Tempe Pigott (Mrs. Dibble), Gilbert Emery (Purvis, castle butler), Lawrence Grant (Lord Chief Justice), Walter Kingsford (lawyer Joshua Snade), Eily Malyon (landlady), Fred Walton (landlord), Robert Emmett O'Connor (policeman O'Brien), Elsa Buchanan (Susan), George Atkinson (townsman at church), Daisy Belmore (Mrs. Baines the cook), Dewey Bender (fighting boy), Eddie Bernard (fighting boy), Georgie Billings (fighting boy), Arthur Blake (party guest), Robert Bolder (party guest), Barlowe Borland (townsman at church), Tommy Bupp (fighting boy), Jack Cameron (Charles, Earl of Dorincourt's carriage footman), Alec Craig (townsman at church), Barbara Denny (party guest), Bill Dooley (Dick's shoeshine customer), David Dunbar (Jeffries, carriage driver), Cecil Elliott (farmer woman at church), Harold Entwistle (party guest), Mary Gordon (farmer's wife on the way to church), Donald Haines (fighting boy), William Ingersoll (doctor), Lilyan Irene (Bridget the maid), Lorimer Johnston (party guest), Dickie Jones (Ceddie at age 7), Anthony Kemble-Cooper (party guest), Leonard Kibrick (fighting boy), Edith Kingdon (party guest), Walter Lawrence (huckster), Mary MacLaren (maid), Dan Maxwell (stout farmer on way to church), J.P. McGowan (townsman at church), Lionel Pape (party guest), Marjorie Plecher (farm woman's daughter), Alexander Pollard (footman), Mickey Rentschler (fighting boy), Tom Ricketts (party guest), C. Montague Shaw (Mr. Semple), Peter Shaw (party guest), Renee Shearing (maid), Buster Slaven (fighting boy), Joan Standing (Dawson), Agnes Steele (castle cook), Joseph R. Tozer (Thomas)

 
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The Boy from Brooklyn and the Earl of Dorincourt

I will be honest with you . . . I have had a copy of this movie for a long time, and have procrastinated in watching and reviewing it because of a prejudice from my youth. Before watching this classic, I had no idea who 'Little Lord Fauntleroy' was or what the story line was. But as a young kid, I would hear adults speak negatively about someone, maybe me once in a while, with a highly negative tone saying something like, "Who does he think he is, Little Lord Fauntleroy?" All of the adults seemed familiar with the story, and I was not, but that was enough to make me determined that I was not going to be any 'little Lord Fauntleroy' if he was as bad as the tone of their voice! This little brat must have been a real piece of work. I think part of me didn't want to find out what this kid was like, because I was afraid that I might really be like him! Boy was I wrong!

I'm not going to give you the story line of this one, only the setup. Telling you anything more than the setup might spoil some of the joy of this really great classic. A great movie must move your emotions . . . all of them . . . on a roller coaster ride that will leave you breathless at the end and wanting more. This movie is a great journey up and down the spectrum of emotions from great joy to great despair . . . and back again.

You will see a young Mickey Rooney in a supporting role, and lovable Guy Kibee, who is always an interesting character. You will see the heart-throb silent screen star Dolores Costello, who married male heart-throb actor Lionel Barrymore, and became Drew Barrymore's grandmother. You will see the always lovable C. Aubrey Smith in a part that at first demands that he be totally un-lovable. You will love, laugh and cry . . . and then laugh and love some more as this story moves from wonderful to disastrous to pretty good, and back to happy-ever-after land, as all great movies should.

The movie starts with the death of a father, leaving a young wife and son to fend for themselves on the mean streets of New York City, until a lawyer from England arrives and informs them that the son is an heir to an Earl of England and is fabulously wealthy. Sound like heaven, right? Maybe yes, and maybe no. Fate is no respecter of money, and bad things happen sometimes to even the wealthy. This might not be the rosy path that it looks like in the first scenes. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

C. Aubrey Smith
C. Aubrey Smith
Freddie Bartholomew and C. Aubrey Smith
Freddie Bartholomew and C. Aubrey Smith
Billy Dooley
Billy Dooley
C. Aubrey Smith
C. Aubrey Smith
C. Aubrey Smith and Freddie Bartholomew
C. Aubrey Smith and Freddie Bartholomew
C. Aubrey Smith
C. Aubrey Smith
C. Aubrey Smith
C. Aubrey Smith
Constance Collier and C. Aubrey Smith
Constance Collier and C. Aubrey Smith
Constance Collier and Guy Kibbee
Constance Collier and Guy Kibbee
Constance Collier and Freddie Bartholomew
Constance Collier and Freddie Bartholomew
Daisy Melmore and Mary MacLaren
Daisy Melmore and Mary MacLaren
Dolores Costello Barrymore
Dolores Costello Barrymore
Dolores Costello Barrymore and C. Aubrey Smith
Dolores Costello Barrymore and C. Aubrey Smith
Dolores Costello Barrymore and Freddie Bartholomew
Dolores Costello Barrymore and Freddie Bartholomew
Dolores Costello Barrymore
Dolores Costello Barrymore
E.E. Clive
E.E. Clive
Freddie Bartholomew and C. Aubrey Smith
Freddie Bartholomew and C. Aubrey Smith
Freddie Bartholomew and Dolores Costello Barrymore
Freddie Bartholomew and Dolores Costello Barrymore
Freddie Bartholomew and Guy Kibbee
Freddie Bartholomew and Guy Kibbee
Freddie Bartholomew and Mickey Rooney
Freddie Bartholomew and Mickey Rooney
Freddie Bartholomew and Mickey Rooney
Freddie Bartholomew and Mickey Rooney
Freddie Bartholomew and Una O'Connor
Freddie Bartholomew and Una O'Connor
Freddie Bartholomew and Una O'Connor
Freddie Bartholomew and Una O'Connor
Freddie Bartholomew
Freddie Bartholomew
Freddie Bartholomew and C. Aubrey Smith
Freddie Bartholomew and C. Aubrey Smith
Freddie Bartholomew
Freddie Bartholomew
Gilbert Emery
Gilbert Emery
Guy Kibbee
Guy Kibbee
Guy Kibbee and C. Aubrey Smith
Guy Kibbee and C. Aubrey Smith
Guy Kibbee
Guy Kibbee
Helen Flint
Helen Flint
Helen Flint
Helen Flint
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson and C. Aubrey Smith
Henry Stephenson and C. Aubrey Smith
Henry Stephenson and Dolores Costello Barrymore
Henry Stephenson and Dolores Costello Barrymore
Harry Stephenson and Dolores Costello Barrymore
Harry Stephenson and Dolores Costello Barrymore
Henry Stephenson and Gilbert Emery
Henry Stephenson and Gilbert Emery
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson
Ivan F. Simpson
Ivan F. Simpson
Ivan F. Simpson
Ivan F. Simpson
Jessie Ralph
Jessie Ralph
Jessie Ralph and Freddie Bartholomew
Jessie Ralph and Freddie Bartholomew
Jessie Ralph
Jessie Ralph
Lionel Belmore
Lionel Belmore
May Beatty and Henry Stephenson
May Beatty and Henry Stephenson
May Beatty
May Beatty
Mickey Rooney
Mickey Rooney
Reginald Barlow and Henry Stephenson
Reginald Barlow and Henry Stephenson
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Una O'Connor
Una O'Connor
Una O'Connor
Una O'Connor
Walter Kingsford
Walter Kingsford