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Five Little Peppers Series DVD-R

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Get the 4 Five Little Peppers' films for 30% off their individual prices!

The Pepper books were the inspiration for a brief series of feature films produced by Columbia Pictures in 1939 & '40. The four films were vehicles for Columbia's juvenile star Edith Fellows, who played Polly. The rest of the kids were Charles Peck as Ben, Tommy Bond of Our Gang as Joey, Robert Boyce "Bobby" Larson as Davie, and Dorothy Ann Seese as Phronsie. The first film was devoted mostly to Fellows as the senior member of the Pepper brood, and was not an exact reflection of the book. The other three films were homespun family stories with elements of comedy and drama. Edith Fellows carried the series, although by the time it lapsed, five-year-old Dorothy Ann Seese had become an audience favorite and was billed at the head of the cast, second only to Fellows. The Pepper screenplays had little to do with the original books, but the films were popular with moviegoers. They remained in circulation for many years, and were frequently scheduled for children's film festivals and weekend matinees.
 

This 4 disc set includes Five Little Peppers and How They Grew (1939), Five Little Peppers at Home 1940), Out West with the Peppers (1940) and Five Little Peppers in Trouble (1940).

 

Get the 4 Five Little Peppers' films for 30% off their individual prices!

The Pepper books were the inspiration for a brief series of feature films produced by Columbia Pictures in 1939 & '40. The four films were vehicles for Columbia's juvenile star Edith Fellows, who played Polly. The rest of the kids were Charles Peck as Ben, Tommy Bond of Our Gang as Joey, Robert Boyce "Bobby" Larson as Davie, and Dorothy Ann Seese as Phronsie. The first film was devoted mostly to Fellows as the senior member of the Pepper brood, and was not an exact reflection of the book. The other three films were homespun family stories with elements of comedy and drama. Edith Fellows carried the series, although by the time it lapsed, five-year-old Dorothy Ann Seese had become an audience favorite and was billed at the head of the cast, second only to Fellows. The Pepper screenplays had little to do with the original books, but the films were popular with moviegoers. They remained in circulation for many years, and were frequently scheduled for children's film festivals and weekend matinees.
 

This 4 disc set includes Five Little Peppers and How They Grew (1939), Five Little Peppers at Home 1940), Out West with the Peppers (1940) and Five Little Peppers in Trouble (1940).

 

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