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    Take Care of My Little Girl

    1951 · Drama · 1h 33m

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  1. Take Care of My Little Girl: Directed by Jean Negulesco. With Jeanne Crain, Dale Robertson, Mitzi Gaynor, Jean Peters. A young woman enters college and learns some hard truths about sorority life, including snobbery and the cruelty of hazing.

    • (363)
    • Drama
    • Jean Negulesco
    • 1951-10-08
  2. Jeanne Crain stars as Liz Erickson a perky coed who is pledged to an old, established sorority. At first amused by such rituals as "rushing" and "Hell week," Liz eventually feels threatened by the tyranny of the sorority caste system.

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  3. Take Care Of My Little Girl (1951) Liz Erickson is an energetic young woman who is eagerly approaching her freshman year in college. But once on campus, she soon discovers the gritty reality of college life. From crass comments by male classmates to the cruel hazing rituals of the school’s sororities, Liz is shocked by the behavior of her ...

  4. Aug 6, 2021 · Variant title: Take care of my little girl. Names: Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation. PLOT: A young woman enters college and learns some hard truths about sorority life, including snobbery and the cruelty of hazing.—IMDb (by blanche-2)IMDb...

  5. Jul 1, 2012 · 6.67K subscribers Subscribe Subscribed 6.1K 1.3M views 11 years ago "Take Care of my Little Girl", a film directed by Jean Negulesco, was based on Peggy Goodin's novel of the same title. Script:...

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  6. Take Care of My Little Girl (1951) starring Jeanne Crain on DVD $ 12.00 Comes on Region Free DVD-R Add to cart Category: Drama Description Reviews (0) Description Thanks For Looking! There are no reviews yet. The Wandering Beast (1932) with English Subtitles on DVD The Empty Mirror (1996) starring Norman Rodway on DVD Replacements

  7. Take Care of My Little Girl is a 1951 drama film directed by Jean Negulesco and starring Jeanne Crain, Dale Robertson, Mitzi Gaynor and Jean Peters . The film, shot in Technicolor, is based on the 1950 novel of the same name written by Peggy Goodin. It received generally favorable reviews.

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