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Identifier:

  • AV 16MMP 3 (Source: Church History Library)

Date produced: 1955

Filmmaker(s):

Glen H. Turner

Languages:

English

Length:

400 ft

Format:

16mm

Colour:

Kodachrome

Sound Notes:

Magnetic

Awards/Recognition:

PSA Ten Best 1958 - Honorable Mention

Description:

"Glen Turner might take a cue from "Gigi" and "Thank Heaven for little girls" with curly hair and their interesting mud pies. With teddy bear and dog, she does for a walk. En route we view the ducks, geese and other farm animals. The trees display their fall wardrobe to add to the delight of a walk in the woods. Soon the dog realizes they have gone too far from home and he goes back for Mother. Soon we return to the little girl asleep admidst the golden leaves. An enjoyable picture of things little girls like to do" PSA Journal, Nov. 1958, 46-47.

Resources:

This film is a part of the Glen H. Turner motion picture collection, held by the Church History Library at the LDS Church (Salt Lake City, Utah).

Locations:

  • Utah, United States (Filming)

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Repository:

Glen H. Turner motion picture collection, Church History Library (LDS Church)

Viewing Notes:

"Color film about Sharon and Frisky filmed in the autumn of 1955. Films shows the afternoon activities of Sharon and her dog Frisky on a farm. Narrated by Sharon. Film highlights the scenery of Utah in the fall." Via the Church History Library at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.