Pollyanna

Pollyanna
Pollyanna

Film Details

Year

1960

Duration

128 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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An adaptation of Eleanor Porter's 1912 children's novel, this is an uplifting tale of an inspirational young girl. After the death of her parents, Pollyanna is forced to live with her aunt in a town where the inhabitants are miserable. The brave Pollyanna combats this misery by looking on the bright side of life and endeavouring to fill every hour with laughter. Her sunny nature begins to rub off on everyone she meets, and the town is soon transformed.

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