- Published: [Burbank, CA] : New Line Home Entertainment, c2008.
- Year Published: 2008
- Edition: [Blu-ray version.]
- Description: 1 videodisc (101 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
- Language: English
- Format: Blu-Ray
- Brothers, Ellen L.
- Gillan, Lisa Roberts, 1965-
- Goldsmith-Thomas, Elaine.
- Peacock, Ann.
- Rozema, Patricia.
- Breslin, Abigail, 1996-
- Ormond, Julia.
- O'Donnell, Chris.
- Krakowski, Jane.
- Shawn, Wallace.
- Headly, Glenne.
- Cusack, Joan, 1962-
- Tucci, Stanley.
- Vitarelli, Joseph.
- Tripp, Valerie, 1951-
- American Girl Brands (Firm)
- Goldsmith-Thomas Productions (Firm)
- HBO Films.
- New Line Cinema Corporation.
- Red Om Films (Firm)
- New Line Home Entertainment (Firm)
- Kittredge, Kit (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Robbery -- Drama. -- Ohio -- Cincinnati
- Depressions -- Drama. -- 1929 -- United States
- Migration, Internal -- Drama. -- United States
- Rest homes -- Drama. -- Ohio -- Cincinnati
- Detective and mystery films.
- Children's films.
- Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
- Feature films.
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Kit Kittredge : an American girl
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Call number: Youth-Blu-ray Books-&-Stories Kit
Available Copies: Malletts Youth
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Based on the Kit Kittredge stories written by Valerie Tripp.
Special features: American Girl movie trailer gallery.
Abigail Breslin, Julia Ormond, Chris O'Donnell, Jane Krakowski, Wallace Shawn, Glenne Headly, Joan Cusack, Stanley Tucci.
Kit is a young girl living in Cincinnati, Ohio, during the struggles of the Great Depression. She enlists the help of her friends to solve a robbery that took place in her home that threatens to put her family's house into foreclosure. Her father leaves town to look for work and her mother takes in borders to make ends meet.
This Blu-ray disc will not play in standard DVD players.
Blu-ray disc, widescreen; Dolby Digital, BD-50, 1080p High-Definition.
Reviews & Summaries
Its fun to watch and you learn a little bit about
people-back-then, where a carton of dozen eggs
costed about 15 cents... :O I thought that was
astoundingly cheap!!! =) But then my mother
told me that back then the money now didn't
cost the same as it did back then, so i actually
surprisingly learnt something new (:
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