Sarah... Ang Munting Prinsesa

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This article is about the Filipino film. For other uses, see Little Princess

Sarah... Ang Munting Prinsesa
Directed by Romy Suzara
Produced by Charo Santos-Concio
Lily Monteverde
Malou Santos
Story by Shaira Mella Salvador
Based on A Little Princess 
by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Starring Camille Prats
Angelica Panganiban
Matt Ranillo III
Jean Garcia
Rio Locsin
Romeo Rivera
Romy Romulo
Music by Nonong Buencamino
Cinematography Ely Cruz
Edited by Edgardo Vinarao
Distributed by Star Cinema
Release dates
  • June 7, 1995 (1995-06-07)
Country Philippines
Language English
Tagalog

Sarah... Ang Munting Prinsesa (lit. Sarah... The Little Princess) is a 1995 Filipino family-drama film adapted from a popular anime Princess Sarah which in turn based on the children's novel A Little Princess by English playwright and author Frances Hodgson Burnett. The film was directed by Romy Suzarra and starred then-child star Camille Prats as Sara Crewe, Angelica Panganiban as Becky and Jean Garcia as Ms. Minchin.

Plot[edit]

Sarah Crewe (Camille Pratts) was born in India, who went to a boarding school in England. Leaving, is rather hard for Sara and so her father bought her a doll named Emily.

Sarah then, quickly became the centre of attention at school. Befriends almost all students, excluding Lavinia (Angelica Pederson) and her friends, even Becky(Angelica Panganiban) the school skivvy.

On Sarah's birthday, sadly, someone told her that her father died in the war, yearning for money, Miss Minchin went to Sarah got all of her possessions, and threw her away in the attic for her room.

In the end, her father's friend discovered that his friend's daughter, the person they were searching for a very long time just lives next door, and so, he got the chance to give her a good life, as to her father's kindness of saving his.

Cast[edit]

  • Camille Prats as Sara Crewe
  • Angelica Panganiban as Becky
  • Jean Garcia as Miss Minchin
  • Angelica Pederson as Lavinia
  • Matt Ranillo III as Captain Crewe
  • Rio Locsin as Miss Amelia
  • Romeo Rivera as Mr. Crisford
  • Romy Romulo as Ram Dass
  • Tony Carreon as Señor Francisco
  • Ramon Recto as Mr. Barrow
  • Jaime Fabregas as James
  • Mhalough Crisologo as Miss Mollie
  • Paula Peralejo as Gertrude
  • Kathleen Go Quien as Ermengarde
  • Ani Pearl Alonzo as Lottie
  • Sara Polverini as Jessie
  • Ryan de Vela as Peter
  • Alex Symington as Peter's father
  • Sarah Geronimo
  • Madeleine Manuel

Production[edit]

The film was entirely shot on location in Scotland and on set in the Philippines.

Awards[edit]

1996 FAMAS Awards[edit]

  • Won Best Production Design for Manny Morfe
  • Nominated Best Child Actress for Angelica Panganiban

See also[edit]

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