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Johnny Tremain (1957)

Johnny Tremain (1957)
Movie Review Adapted from the Newbery Medal winning book by Esther Forbes, this family classic is one of Disney’s better live action movies. Johnny Tremain tells the story of a young silversmith apprentice (Hal Stalmaster) in pre-revolutionary Boston. While working on the Sabbath (illegal at the time) Johnny injures his hand and is forced to seek work (unsuccessfully) elsewhere. In despair he approaches wealthy merchant and British sympathizer Jonathan Lyte (a beardless Sebastian Cabot, remember Mr. French from Family Affair?) Johnny’s mother left him a cup that would identify him as a member of the...
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