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Eleanor H. Porter's story of Pollyanna, "The Glad Girl," was first filmed in 1920 by Mary Pickford. While entertaining, the Pickford version tended to reduce the supporting characters to stereotypes. Disney's 1960 remake of Pollyanna wisely offers three-dimensional characterizations, enhancing the charm and believability of the story. In her first Disney film (indeed, her first American film), Hayley Mills stars as Pollyanna, an orphan girl sent to live with her wealthy aunt Polly (Jane Wyman). A humorless sort, Aunt Polly ...

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MontanaBB

Jan 30, 2014

Delightful

I have long approved of this movie. We have watched it as a family. I believe it shows affection and consideration, true values for life. One of Disney's very best.

nebraskamom

Oct 9, 2008

Glad, Glad, Glad to See

Who could not like this feel-good, happy movie? The optomistic Polly's effect on all those around her is a little reminder to us all how we can effect the atmosphere around us. She is cute, fun to see, and you can't help but anticipate the out-come. Great family movie!

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