On the Sunny Side (1942 film)
|On the Sunny Side|
|Directed by||Harold D. Schuster|
|Produced by||Lou L. Ostrow|
1941 short story
by Mary C. McCall Jr.
Cyril J. Mockridge
|Cinematography||Lucien N. Andriot|
|Edited by||Fred Allen|
|Distributed by||Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation|
On the Sunny Side is a 1942 drama film, directed by Harold D. Schuster, starring Roddy McDowall, Jane Darwell and Stanley Clements.
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Hugh Aylesworth (Roddy McDowall), is a well-bred English youth who is evacuated to America during the London Blitz. Hugh moves into the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrews (Don Douglas and Katherine Alexander). The couple's own son Don (Freddie Mercer), feels neglected and considers Hugh a royal pain in the posterior.
- Roddy McDowall as Hugh Aylesworth
- Jane Darwell as Annie
- Stanley Clements as Tom Sanders
- Katharine Alexander as Mrs. Mary Andrews
- Donald Douglas as Mr. Andrews (as Don Douglas)
- Freddie Mercer as Don Andrews
- Ann E. Todd as Betty (as Ann Todd)
- Jill Esmond as Mrs. Aylesworth
- Fred Walburn as Dick
- Leon Tyler as Flip
- William 'Billy' Benedict as Messenger
- Stuart Robertson as Broadcast Announcer
- ""The Short Short Story", by Mary C. McCall, Jr., Collier's Weekly, February 1, 1941, pp. 24-57". Unz.org. 1941-02-01. Retrieved 2013-09-06.
- "On the Sunny Side (1942) - Trailers, Reviews, Synopsis, Showtimes and Cast". AllMovie. Retrieved 2013-09-06.
- On the Sunny Side on IMDb
- On the Sunny Side at AllMovie
- On the Sunny Side at the TCM Movie Database
- On the Sunny Side at the American Film Institute Catalog
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