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Driftwood(1947)

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  • driftwood 1947

    • snowglobe
    • 5/1/14

    This was a very family oriented movie and I have only had the chance to have seen it once. It was around 40 years ago and I would like very much to see it again. I have looked for this movie for years but have had no luck. Please show this film and give others a chance to enjoy such a wonderful movie.

  • Driftwood

    • Gary Jensen
    • 10/4/13

    The movie filmed in 1947 the year I was born, the movie brought back a remembrance of the time innocence of childhood. This is a very good movie, one of the best, they do not make movies like this anymore. I never realized how great of an actress Natalie Wood even as a little girl. This movie is about the innocence of Americana in the late 1940's, unfortunately a time that will never return. My wish is that this movie would be brought back in DVD, it would end up being a classic. It is one of the movies that I would own.

  • Driftwood

    • Bobby
    • 7/13/13

    Little Natalie Wood is adorable and the "star" of this wonderful funny movie! Great cast including Dean Jagger, Ruth Warrick, Charlotte Greenwood and Walter Brennan. Great for the whole family!

  • Awesome!

    • Audrey Hepburn;)
    • 5/7/13

    Every classic movie that I watch automatically turns to my favorite. :P I recently just watched this one and cannot believe (BELIEVE) how great this movie is. It makes me want to become that little girl so I can have her life, because all the people around her are so loving and caring and ugh! BEST FAMILY MOVIE EVER!

  • Excelente

    • Sonia
    • 12/4/10

    Este um dos filmes mais adorveis que Natalie Wood fez. Um filme comovente e excelente que deveria estar no acervo de filmes do TCM por ser um clssico de primeira qualidade. Um grande filme que todos deveriam ver.

  • Heartwarming Story

    • mary ann burger
    • 1/10/09

    Driftwood, starring an eight year old Natalie Wood, Dean Jagger, and the great Walter Brennan, is an extremely well acted, heartwarming movie that the entire family can enjoy.

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