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After the death of Cedric ('Ceddie')'s English father, he and his mother live together in Brooklyn. Cedric's grandfather, the Earl of Dorincourt, had disowned Cedric's father when he married an American. But when the Earl's remaining son dies, he accepts Cedric as Lord Fauntleroy, his heir, and the Earl sends for Cedric and his mother. Cedric uses the first of his newly found wealth to do some favors for his old friends, and then heads to England, where he must try to overcome the Earl's dislike for Cedric's mother. This is the ONLY authorized edition of this classic film from the estate of David O. Selznick, restored and remastered in high definition from the George Eastman House.
My husband laughed very heartily through this movie. The entire family was very delighted. Thank you very much! We love it.Published 18 months ago by Deborah
This story has been filmed several times through the centuries. Each brings with it the strengths and weaknesses of the time period in which it was made. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2006 by bernie
If you want to accurately compare the 1936 movie and the 1980 TV version of Little Lord Fauntleroy, I suggest you first read the story written by Francis Hodgson Burnett. Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2003
I want to buy this movie for my girlfriend, because she likes it very much. My question is: are there subtitels in dutch available?Published on Oct. 24 2003 by "belgiant"
May I gently suggest that these other reviewers are missing the point. This delicate David O. Selznick production is brimming with lovely and innocent emotions that are all too... Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2003 by Fred50001
I love this story but was very disappointed the poor quality of the DVD version. It was transferred directly from a film in poor condition. Read morePublished on Feb. 17 2003
The 1936 version is NO where near as good as the 1980, remake for TV version, staring Alec Guiness and Ricky Shroeder. Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2003