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Mister Scoutmaster(1953)

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  • Mister Scoutmaster

    • Mickey
    • 4/7/13

    Great movie Clifton Webb at his best. Foggy unforgettable!

  • another Clifton Webb gem

    • Julie
    • 8/22/11

    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.
    • 4/20/08

    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
    • 8/16/07

    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
    • 3/18/06

    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.

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