Approved | | Adventure, Drama
The idyllic life of a young Cajun boy and his pet raccoon is disrupted when the tranquility of the bayou is broken by an oil well drilling near his home.
Louisiana Story (1948) has been restored by The Library of Congress Motion Picture - Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division; The Museum of Modern Art - Department of Film and Video; and UCLA Film and Television Archive. Robert Gitt and Eric Aijala are credited with the 1998 restoration.
My father say, you crazy all you sailors.
In the opening sequence, when The Boy first spots the raccoon, his hair is neat. Then it's mussed. Then it's neat again.
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