Tenth Avenue Angel (1948)

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Flavia's been told that her Aunt Susan's fiancé, Steve, has been on a trip around the world, but in truth he's finished his prison term. Steve wonders how he can make some money and is ... See full summary »



  • Angela Lansbury and Ralph E. Winters in Tenth Avenue Angel (1948)
  • Elinor Donahue and Margaret O'Brien in Tenth Avenue Angel (1948)
  • Margaret O'Brien and Phyllis Thaxter in Tenth Avenue Angel (1948)
  • Margaret O'Brien and Phyllis Thaxter in Tenth Avenue Angel (1948)
  • Margaret O'Brien and Rhys Williams in Tenth Avenue Angel (1948)
  • Margaret O'Brien in Tenth Avenue Angel (1948)

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16 October 2015 | pinkarray
| Do cows really kneel?
This is one of Margaret O'Brien's weaker films. She's the little girl that played in Meet Me In St. Louis, but although her character here is not as annoying as the precocious girl in Meet Me In St. Louis, she's still cloying and appears to have been surrounded by a wise family.

Margaret O'Brien was 9-10 years old here, this movie had had production problems which kind of ruined the film for her because at times, she doesn't look much like an 8-year-old. Though, I still loved her marvelous performance and the expressions and emotions she conveys are real.

This just strikes me as something that they have wasted Margaret's talent on, the director didn't seem to get her to perform her scenes as well as she did in other movies. And the script could've been rewritten in order for the movie to be a great one.

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