|Broadway Limited 1941 N/R, 75 min.|
Director: Gordon Douglas
Cast: Victor McLaglen, Marjorie Woodworth, Dennis O'Keefe, Patsy Kelly, Zasu Pitts, Leonid Kinskey, George E. Stone, Gay Ellen Dakin, Charles C. Wilson, John Sheehan, Edgar Edwards, Eric Alden, Sam McDaniel, Eddie Acuff, J. Farrell MacDonald
Film director Ivan Ivanski (Leonid Kinskey) boards the train from Chicago heading to New York with his up-and-coming star April (Marjorie Woodworth) and secretary Patsy (Patsy Kelly). Ivan wants April to take a baby with her on the trip as a publicity stunt. They find a baby and start the trip, but problems unfold when the engineer suspects that the baby was kidnapped.
|Little Lord Fauntleroy 1936 N/R, 98 min.|
Director: John Cromwell
Cast: Freddie Bartholomew, Dolores Costello, C. Aubrey Smith, Guy Kibbee, Henry Stephenson, Mickey Rooney, Constance Collier, E.E. Clive, Una O'Connor, Jessie Ralph, Ivan F. Simpson, Helen Flint, Mary Beatty, Eric Alden, Jackie Searl
During the 19th century, Ceddie Erroll (Freddie Bartholomew) is living in Brooklyn with his widowed mother (Dolores Costello). Freddy's father had been disowned by his father, the Earl of Dorincourt (C. Aubrey Smith), when he married an American. Now, Ceddie has become the heir to the Earl's estate, and the Earl accepts Ceddie as Lord Fauntleroy and invites him and his mother to visit. Ceddie and his mother do travel to England, and he begins to win over his grumpy grandfather who still has problems accepting Ceddie's mother because she is an American. When a false claim is made on the estate, Ceddie's American friends, including Dick Tipton (Mickey Rooney), step in to help, and the Earl finally accepts Ceddie's mother, and everything ends happily.
|1. Broadway Limited (1941)|
2. Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936)
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