So Dear To My Heart (1949) Disney Classic
A young boy, Jeremiah (Bobby Driscoll of Song of the South), raises a rascally black lamb named Danny and works to enter the animal in a county fair contest. But to enter the contest, Jeremiah needs money. He also has to figure out how to keep his pet in line, since it's always scampering away. Jeremiah uses his daydreams for answers to his problems, learning valuable lessons to achieve his goal of entering Danny into the contest. This film is a delightful musical mix of live action and animation. Enjoy with the whole family.
Starring: Bobby Driscoll, Burl Ives, Beulah Bondi
Viewer Quote: "The title matches my feelings about it: indeed it is so dear to my heart. This is one of those early Disney classics which mix live-action and animation. Driscoll was one of the finest child actors ever and here he is excellent as the young boy with a far-fetched dream. Bondi as granny is stern but lovable, and Burl Ives is great as the boy's optimistic uncle. This film is a relic, one of those cinema pearls incredibly difficult to find and almost completely forgotten today. Which is a shame. It really is a gem. A small Disney masterpiece."
This DVD is encoded NTSC Region ALL (playable worldwide).
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