Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm

Synopsis: Rebecca's Uncle Harry leaves her with Aunt Miranda who forbids her to associate with show people. But neighbor Anthony Kent is a talent scout who secretly set it up for her to broadcast.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Director(s): Allan Dwan
Production: Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
81 min

happen to that little girl.

Without her, there's no program.

- Just tune in next Wednesday night.

- I'll be glued to that radio.

- Yes?

- Okay for the next kid, chief?

What do you mean "the next kid"? Bring in

the little girl that just sang, and fast.

Well, I didn't think-You didn't-

I didn't think you liked her.

- She just left.

- She just-What? Get her back here!

I want that kid right now!

Oh, of all the stupid,

dumb morons

- Who, me?

- Oh, hello, Lola:

Well, that's a fine greeting

after last night's stand-up.

I'm sorry, Lola.

I was busy. I forgot.

I waited three hours for you.

- I said I'm sorry.

- You still haven't told me where you were.

Lola, can't you understand?

I've been busy, and when I say "busy,"

I mean crazy.

I've had kids in my hair day and night.

Now, please don't make it any worse!

- Well, you needn't scream.

- Who's screaming?

Hello. Stoddard?

Did you see a big girl with a little man?

I mean, a little man

with a big girl. l-

What's that? They're down there?

Hold them! Stop them! Yes.

Send them back to Kent's office

right away.

Oh, Myrtle,

I thought I made a mistake.


All right, all right.

If you insist, then I wasn't working.

I was out with a blonde,

a beautiful, gorgeous, luscious blonde.

And we're going to be married next week.

Are you satisfied?

Ah, Tony, we're crazy

fighting like this.

It's okay, chief.

They're on their way back up here.

Oh. Hello, Lola.

Hello, love of my life.

Aw, cut it out, Lola.

Can I help it if go all pieces

when I see you?

The man and the little girl

are here, Mr. Kent.


Well, come right in. I'm certainly glad

we caught you in time.

When they tapped me on the shoulder,

I thought it was the cops.

But, chief, she isn't-

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Karl Tunberg

Karl Tunberg (March 11, 1907 − April 3, 1992) was an American screenwriter and occasional film producer. His screenplays for Tall, Dark and Handsome (1941) and Ben-Hur (1959) were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and Best Adapted Screenplay, respectively. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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