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No Kidding (1960)

No Kidding is a delightful comedy with quirky characters that is guaranteed to brighten your day.

The Pupil (1996)

A 12-year-old boy finds a true friend and soul mate in a young man hired to tutor him.

Agostino (1962)

Some of the best films I know were the ones made in the 60's and 70's. Agostino, directed by Mauro Bolognini, is no exception. The film is based on the novel of the same name --Agostino, written in 1945 by Alberto Moravia .

Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936)

A tint of sentimentality and drama and a lot of charm and talent all helped director John Cromwell to create a classic feel-good story. My highest recommendation.

Secret World (1969)

Secret World focuses on the strong feelings and fascination of its 11-year-old protagonist towards a much older woman.

In the Morning at Seven the World Is Still in Order (1968)

In the Morning at Seven the World Is Still in Order focuses on the everyday life of a German family perceived through the eyes of its youngest member -- six-year-old Gaylord.

Bush Christmas (1947)

Set in Australia, five kids set out on a quest to recover their father’s favorite horse, stolen by passing horse thieves. 

Germany Year Zero (1948)

Set in war torn Berlin after WWII, Germany Year Zero is the story of a 12-year-old boy who struggles to help his family survive.

RescueMan and Other Cool Vintage RiffTrax Shorts

RiffTrax is a website that takes old American public service announcements and adds a funny commentary turning them into hilarious short clips with a message.

Old Yeller (1957)

Old Yeller is a classic example of a Disney family oriented animal adventure story, with the potential to appeal to both young and adult audiences alike.

Nene (1977)

Nenè genuinely portrays the voyage  of a seven-year-old boy and his 14-year-old cousin, from childhood to adulthood.

Keby som mal pusku (1972)

Keby Som Mal Pusku provides an intriguing look at war and at everyday life during World War II in Slovenia  -- from a child's perspective.

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