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The Littlest Rebel(1935)

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  • Cute Racism

    • St Myersve
    • 10/18/13

    This is another pro-Confederacy film of the Thirties. The good loyal darkies helping massa & the cute little angel. Racist and disgusting.

  • "God love you, honey"

    • Jeff Boston
    • 1/3/13

    Great line. Temple's films are like honey: healthy for the heart and sweet for the soul. This movie is touching, funny, and true enough to the time in which it was set (a rarity in Hollywood's revisionist history). Like with Cary Grant, cynical filmmakers have been unable (and unwilling?) to give us another Shirley Temple, who credits her mother for never allowing her to sink into a sense of entitlement (thank you Mr. Osborne). The longlasting Production Code helped to promote decency, for Temple was the #1 box office star of 35, 36, 37 & 38, and was supplanted by another child star, Mickey Rooney (#1 in 39, 40, & 41). May God bless both living legends. They helped make for a better world with their multiple talents and basic goodness.

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