One of Walt Disney's most beloved film classics So Dear To My Heart brilliantly blends live action and animation to tell a heartwarming story the whole family will cherish. The fun begins when Danny a rejected and mischievous black lamb is adopted by a determined young boy named Jeremiah (Bobby Driscoll). While drawing a picture of Danny in his scrapbook Jeremiah daydreams of winning first prize in a local contest. Then from his drawings Danny and other animal pictures magica
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. One of Walt Disney's most beloved film classics, So Dear To My Heart brilliantly blends live action and animation to tell a heartwarming story the whole family will cherish. The fun begins when Danny, a rejected and mischievous black lamb, is adopted by a determined young boy named Jeremiah (Bobby Driscoll). While drawing a picture of Danny in his scrapbook, Jeremiah daydreams of winning first prize in a local contest. Then, from his drawings, Danny and other animal pictures magically come to life and convince Jeremiah to enter the real-life Danny - a pet without a pedigree - into a competition. But Jeremiah must first learn the importance of dedication, love and responsibility before his dream can come true. Featuring a host of memorable songs, including the Academy Award nominated 'Lavender Blue', So Dear To My Heart is high-spirited adventurous fun for everyone! Actors Burl Ives, Beulah Bondi, Harry Carey, Bobby Driscoll & Luana Patten Director Harold Schuster Certificate Universal Suitable for All Year 1948 Screen Fullscreen 4:3 Languages Spanish, English - Dolby Digital (5.1) Subtitles English ; English for the hearing impaired ; Spanish Duration 1 hour and 19 minutes (approx) Region Region 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.
More of a follow-up to 'Song of the South', Disney's adaptation of the novel by Sterling North uses many of the same cast and a similar mix of live action and animation. Set in 1903 the film follows the story of Jeremiah and his dream to win first prize in a local pet contest with his pet sheep Danny. But things conspire against him, notably his grandmother who believes he is entering the contest for the wrong reasons. However, after Danny is lost and then found, Jeremiah's grandmother relents; but despite not winning the contest Jeremiah and his family realise an important lesson in life.