40 Pounds of Trouble (1963)
Another entry in the mischievous but lovable child movie category, this one has a nightclub owner and his singer trying to handle the winsome but troublesome youngster, while thoroughly losing their hearts to the child. Essentially, this is a loose remake of a much better film, the Shirley Temple classic "Little Miss Marker," with hard-hearts softening to the machinations of cherubic child.
as Steve McCluskey
as Penny Piper
as Liz McCluskey
as District Attorney
as Desk Clerk
as Slot-Machine Player
as Nick the Greek
as The Westerner
as Madison Avenue Type
as Little Old Lady
as Room Clerk
as Indian Chief
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