Little Lord Fauntleroy (1980)





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Alec Guinness stars as an elderly Brit who takes in his poor New Yorker grandson (Ricky Schroeder) in this made-for-TV modern-day retelling of Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
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Rick Schroder
as Lord Fauntleroy (Ceddie Errol)
Alec Guinness
as Earl of Dorincourt
Eric Porter
as Havisham
Connie Booth
as Mrs. Errol
Rachel Kempson
as Lady Lorradaile
Rolf Saxon
as Dick
John Cater
as Thomas
Peter Copley
as Rev. Muldaur
Patsy Rowlands
as Mrs. Dibble
Ann Way
as Miss Smith
Harry Jackson
as Hustings
Ed Wiley
as Ben Tipton
Tony Melody
as Kimsey
Kate Harper
as Minna
Ballard Berkeley
as Sir Harry
Norman Pitt
as Lord Ashby Delefant
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Critic Reviews for Little Lord Fauntleroy

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Audience Reviews for Little Lord Fauntleroy

Not feeling too verbose after my monstrous [i]Sweeney[/i] review. [i]Holiday[/i] was good but not spectacular; it was a tad dull but Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant have nice chemistry that keeps things interesting for at least the first hour. [i]Little Lord Fauntleroy[/i] is a boring movie that is mainly notable for Alec Guiness. The boy is alright but annoying at times. Not terribly bad but nothing special, either.

Clayton Walter
Clayton Walter

By far the best version of this story. A bit sappy, of course, but very heart-warming and Alec Guinness makes quite the curmidgeon.

Bryan Ness
Bryan Ness

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