Approved | | Adventure, Drama
In 1747, young David Balfour's life is threatened by his greedy uncle Ebenezer who wishes to become heir to the considerable Balfour estate.
Although the film was released in sepia tone, the print on the Fox Movie channel was in black-and-white. The 90 min 13 sec version on the 2012 Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment "Cinema Archives" DVD is also in black-and-white gray scale.
Duke of Argyle:
Better to deal with one martyr than a nation of martyrs.
When Freddie Bartholemew is walking to Edinburgh, he passes a road sign showing "Edinboro" which would be an Americanized spelling of the city.