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Little Men (December 14, 1934)

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Little Men
 

Released on December 14, 1934: Two young boys living in the streets without a home find a family to become a part of in the Plumfield School run by Professor Bhaer and his wife Jo.

Produced by Nat Levine

Directed by Phil Rosen

The Actors: Ralph Morgan (Professor Bhaer), Erin O'Brien-Moore (Jo Bhaer), Junior Durkin (Franz), Cora Sue Collins (Daisy), Phyllis Fraser (Mary Anne), Frankie Darro (Dan), David Durand (Nat Blake), Dickie Moore (Demi), Tad Alexander (Jack), Buster Phelps (Dick), Ronnie Cosby (Rob Bhaer), Tommy Bupp (Tommy Bangs), Bobby Cox (Stuffy), Dickie Jones (Dolly), Richard Quine (Ned), Donald Buck (Billy), Eddie Dale Heiden (Teddy Bhaer), George Ernest (Emil), Irving Bacon (Silas), Finis Barton (Amy), Robert Carleton (Laurie), Margaret Mann (the nurse), Hattie McDaniel (Asia), Jacqueline Taylor (Nan), Gustav von Seyffertitz (schoolmaster Page)

 
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Little Men becoming Big Men

Louisa May Alcott was born in 1832 near Philadelphia more than a hundred years before this movie was made. Her father was a teacher and her mother was a social worker. Her father was a member of 'The brotherhood of the Like-Minded' along with notables like Ralph Waldo Emerson, George Ripley and other liberal thinkers who met occasionally to discuss the American culture and society. They became part of what would be called 'Transcendentalism' - focusing on and nurturing the goodness of people instead of dwelling on the evils of man. You can see this thread in Louisa's writings, including her most famous 'Little Women' and this following novel. In this tale of family life in nineteenth century America she shows us not how growing up in America actually was, but rather how growing up in America would be if everyone thought and acted like her father and mother . . . the models for the actors in this movie. Ralph Morgan, best known as a gangster in 1940's movies, is Professor Bhaer, who along with his wife Jo, played by Erin O'Brien-Moore, run a school for young children in their large home in Plumfield. Professor Bhaer is the strict-with-a-heart-of-gold teacher and disciplinarian of the large group of children and his wife Jo is the gal who always sees the golden lining in every storm cloud. This motion picture is the first movie of that great novel, followed by another version of Little Men in 1940. When you are a bit tired of the gangsters and renegades and killers in the movies, and need a reason to smile and get that warm and fuzzy feeling in your soul, pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with warm melted butter on it and enjoy this show.

David Durand and Erin O'Brien Moore
David Durand and Erin O'Brien Moore
David Durand is Nat in Little Men
David Durand is Nat in Little Men
Dickie Moore as Demi
Dickie Moore as Demi
Erin O'Brien Moore and Ralph Morgan
Erin O'Brien Moore and Ralph Morgan
Frankie Darro and David Durand
Frankie Darro and David Durand
Hattie McDaniel as Asia in Little Men
Hattie McDaniel as Asia in Little Men
Irving Bacon as Silas
Irving Bacon as Silas
Junior Durkin and Phyllis Fraser
Junior Durkin and Phyllis Fraser
Ralph Morgan and David Durand
Ralph Morgan and David Durand
Ronnie Cosby and Eddie Dale Heiden as Rob Bhaer and Teddy Bhaer
Ronnie Cosby and Eddie Dale Heiden as Rob Bhaer and Teddy Bhaer