In the post Civil War South, an embittered old southern gent (Lionel Barrymore) turns his back on his daughter (Evelyn Venable) when she marries the "wrong man." Years later, the daughter returns with her husband and youn daughter (Shirley Temple), the latter of whom manages to mend the broken family ties. She does this by charming him with several charming song and dance numbers, as well as her irresistible personality.
David Butler - Director, Screenwriter (late '20s-'60s), Star (teens- '20s)
Bill Robinson - American Tap Dancer/Actor
Bill "Bojangles" Robinson - American Tap Dancer/Actor
Sidney Blackmer - American Actor
Lionel Barrymore - Actor/Director/Screenwriter
Lionel Blythe Barrymore - Actor/Director/Screenwriter
John Lodge - American Actor/Diplomat
John Davis Lodge - American Actor/Diplomat
William Conselman - Popular 1930s Screenwriter
Shirley Temple - American child star, THE LITTLE PRINCESS
Shirley Temple Black - American child star, THE LITTLE PRINCESS
William S. Darling - Art Director
Annie Fellows Johnston - Writer\Children's
Arthur Miller - Oscar Winning Director of Photography, '20s-'50s
Arthur C. Miller - Oscar Winning Director of Photography, '20s-'50s
Evelyn Venable - American Actress
Stephan Chase - British Actor/"Macbeth 71"
William V. Skall - American Diretor of Photography
This much loved classic stars Shirley Temple, America's favorite sweetheart as little Lloyd Sherman, the reconciling agent between her dear mother and cantankerous grandfather. After the Civil War, the daughter of a traditional southern colonel marries a northerner, an act for which her family rejects her. But when Elizabeth's marriage fails, she returns to the south with her clever, darling daughter who manages to endear herself to the crusty Colonel and console her distressed mother. Thanks to little Lloyd, they might just be a family again.
Copyright 1935 20th Century Fox Film Corporation. Renewed 1962 20th Century Fox Film Corporation.