- Acting of Lead Performers
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Great movie Clifton Webb at his best. Foggy unforgettable!
another Clifton Webb gem
Another forgotten Clifton Webb movie. He and his wife are childless, and he plays his usual gruff, tactless part. That cute little boy with the voice - think my mom said they called him 'Froggy' - is in it. It is sweet and touching and such a great family movie. Another perfect movie for TCM to give a new audience to. Wish it were available on DVD too.
Mister Scoutmaster - A FAMILY FAVORITE
- J. D.
Dad Bergstrom was a professional scout executive in Southern California in the 1950s. An expert in Scouting procedure, uniform details, etc. was needed for the film & George Bergstrom was hired. Grandpa really enjoyed being involved with this film.
Mr. Scoutmaster appreciation
- Gary Wolf
Easily one of my favorite films, I saw Mr. Scoutmaster on its release in 1953. Casting is nearly perfect, everyone fitting their role to a T. Clifton Webb expands on his Mr. Belvedere character and makes the movie an enjoyable experience. Can't wait for this film to make it to dvd.
Loved Mister Scoutmaster
- EM Holly
I saw this movie once years ago & loved it.. I have told my children about & would love for them to be able to see it.Could you please air it & notify me when it airs.I would so like to see it again.