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The Trail of the Lonesome Pine(1936)

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  • Beulah also did two episodes of The Waltons

    • Jarrod McDonald
    • 10/30/10

    LONESOME PINE is a remake of a silent film...watch for Robert Bruce and Howard Greene's cinematography and Henry Hathaway's stellar direction. The leads couldn't be more perfect: a young Henry Fonda, Fred MacMurray & Sylvia Sidney. They're joined by Nigel Bruce and character actress Beulah Bondi. Fuzzy McKnight sings an Oscar-nominatd folk song.

  • Put a smile on many faces

    • Activity Director
    • 5/5/08

    I work in an Assisted Living facility and have had residents request this movie, it seems to hold a dear place in many of their hearts. I've heard stories of how it was their first movie, and for one, the ONLY movie they ever saw, and actually got in trouble for it... gone are those days of simple pleasures. Releasing this one would conjure up some amazing memories for some of these dear folks.

  • please release this movie

    • julian cooper
    • 2/12/08

    this is one of the best old movies I've seen would love to see it again and love for someone to release it od DVD

  • Please release it !!!

    • Marilyn
    • 2/9/08

    This movie touched my heart years ago, along with my husband we enjoyed this wonderful movie, and to this day we still remember the saying (two pink eyed doves) fondly. Please give the new generation of movie lovers a chance to keep this close to their hearts also.

  • Fond Memories

    • Mary
    • 1/16/08

    My Mother in-law, Aunt and their siblings had won tickets to see it when they were kids for being the largest family in town. It would be nice to haveit released on dvd so that the youngergenerations can enjoy the classics.

  • Cannot Believe Its Not On DVD

    • Debbie Crawford
    • 2/8/07

    This movie brings back so many memories for me, my brothers and sisters and I loved watching this movie everytime it came on, we laughed and we cried together when watching it. The acting is superb, Fonda, MacMurry, Sydney even Spanky were all just wonderful in this film, I cannot Believe its not on DVD.Please Play this movie for the Crawford family.

  • play it again t.c.m

    • george
    • 12/5/06

    when can I expect to see it on turner classic movies. also wher can i find the song from the movie.

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