The Yearling (1946)

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A boy persuades his parents to allow him to adopt a young deer, but what will happen if the deer misbehaves?


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  • Gregory Peck and Claude Jarman Jr. in The Yearling (1946)
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25 February 2004 | fuzzyluvsong
A Great Family Classic
If you want a movie you can sit down with your kids and really enjoy this film would be it!! It is so hard to find a film now that shows love, working to keep family and food, poisitive outlooks. There is the mom who is closed off from some tragities of her own...but a door opens up for her and helps her lead to love. I want my kids to one day see this film, they so far are pretty positive and would love to see the boy (Jody) running around so free and happy, plus there are many animals in here that kids just love to see!!! Although the ending like most classics are hard to swallow a lot comes from a bad thing, sometimes it seems to take a really sad thing to happen before people can change and truly come together.

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