The daughter of missionaries slain in China encounters a troubled couple during her voyage back to America.
A little girl leaves her wealthy home and convinces a struggling vaudeville act to let her help them. Colorized version available.
Remake of 1943's "Lassie Come Home", in which a farm family is forced to give up their beloved collie.
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Won Ton Ton, The Dog Who Saved Hollywood is a delightful romp that will delight anyone who's ever been enchanted by the movies. Won Ton Ton is an amazing mutt who gets discovered by a studio bus driver, Grayson Potchuck (Bruce Dern). He soon touches the lives and changes the fortunes of all who cross his path, including Art Carney, Teri Garr and a never funnier Madeline Kahn. There's also a veritable who's who of Golden Age Hollywood talent on display here, and you'll see some of your favorite stars of all time singing and dancing and getting big laughs. See how many you can spot! Won Ton Ton is the dog who saved Hollywood, and he's sure to be the dog that steals your heart!
In this musical featuring Carmen Miranda and directed by Busby Berkeley, a showgirl reconnects with the soldier-turned-war-hero she loves, only to discover he's engaged to another woman.
When Ching-Ching's (Shirley Temple) missionary guardians are killed by Chinese bandits, she must fend for herself on the streets of Shanghai. Taking refuge from the rain in a car's open trunk, Ching-Ching wakes up to find the car on a ship bound for America. The car's owner (Robert Young) is thoroughly charmed by the lost child, and proposes a temporary marriage to another passenger (Alice Faye) in order to give her a proper home. But when the two adults meet in divorce court, it's up to Ching-Ching to make them realize that they are in love.
The adorable ward of slain chinese missionaries uses her charm to enrich the life of an irresponsible american playboy.
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