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Sandy the Seal (December, 1969)

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Sandy the Seal
 

Released in December, 1969: Two children living in a small fishing village in England raise an orphan seal and help break up a seal poaching operation on Seal Island where their father is keeper of the lighthouse.

Produced by Oliver A. Unger

Directed by Robert Lynn

The Actors: Heinz Drache (Jan Van Heerden), Marianne Koch (Karen Van Heerden), David Richards (David), Anne Mervis (Anne), Gert van den Bergh (Jacobson), Bill Brewer (Lowenstein), Gabriel Bayman (Lofty), Brian O'Shaughnessy (Mackenzie)

 
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Family 'Seal' of Approval

There are not a lot of public domain movies targeted specifically for young children, so it is always a joy to find and share them. In this wonderful tale from England young David and Anne have a father who is lighthouse keeper for Seal Island, just off the coast of England. He works a month on the island as lighthouse keeper, and then gets a month off to return to his family in the little fishing village on the coast. As our adventure opens the father has discovered that seal poachers have killed a bunch of seals and gotten away, and he finds a lonely young seal without any parents. When the father's month on the island is finished decides to take the little orphan seal back to his home and gives the seal to his young children to raise as a pet. The kids teach Sandy the Seal tricks and put on a little circus for the neighborhood kids. All is fun and frolic until one day the kids and Sandy visit their father on Seal Island for the weekend . . . The poachers are back, and one of them shoots the father and then the poachers destroy the lighthouse radio and steal the only boat . . . so the kids are trapped on Seal Island with their wounded father and no way to call for help. If only there were a way to get a message back to the fishing village . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it, sit down with the kids and enjoy the show.

Anne Mervis
Anne Mervis
Anne Mervis and David Richards
Anne Mervis and David Richards
Anne Mervis, Heinz Drache and David Richards
Anne Mervis, Heinz Drache and David Richards
Anne Mervis
Anne Mervis
Bill Brewer
Bill Brewer
Brian O'Shaughnessy and Heinz Drache
Brian O'Shaughnessy and Heinz Drache
Brian O'Shaghnessy and Marianne Koch
Brian O'Shaghnessy and Marianne Koch
Brian O'Shaughnessy
Brian O'Shaughnessy
David Richards
David Richards
David Richards and Anne Mervis
David Richards and Anne Mervis
David Richards
David Richards
Gabriel Bayman and Bill Brewer
Gabriel Bayman and Bill Brewer
Gabriel Baymand and Bill Brewer
Gabriel Baymand and Bill Brewer
Gabriel Bayman and Heinz Drache
Gabriel Bayman and Heinz Drache
Gabriel Bayman
Gabriel Bayman
Gert van den Bergh and Marianne Koch
Gert van den Bergh and Marianne Koch
Gert van den Bergh
Gert van den Bergh
Heinz Drache
Heinz Drache
Heinz Drache and David Richards
Heinz Drache and David Richards
Heinz Drache
Heinz Drache
Marianne Koch
Marianne Koch
Marianne Koch and Heinz Drache
Marianne Koch and Heinz Drache
Marianne Koch
Marianne Koch
Sandy the Seal and David Richards
Sandy the Seal and David Richards