Candleshoe film
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  • I really love her body of work, from the time she was a little girl through today
  • I don't think she's ever turned in a bad performance
  • Getting to the answers makes for a really fun movie watching experience

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      Candleshoe is a marvelous little film that stars the great Helen Hayes, the multi-talented Jodie Foster, and the always keen David Niven. Candleshoe is the large and very old manor house that Hayes, as Lady St. Edmund, owns. Niven is her butler, Priory, and Foster is a teenage troublemaker who just might be the Lady’s granddaughter.

      Her street name is Casey.

      Foster is so darn talented. I really love her body of work, from the time she was a little girl through today. I don’t think she’s ever turned in a bad performance. In this role, she plays that tough on the outside, soft on the inside tomboy that she excelled ...


      • at as a Disney movie maker.

        Hayes is gentle, charming, and never as naive as folks make her out to be as Lady St. Edmund. However, she is clueless about one thing. She really doesn’t have any money. If not for Priory, she’d be doomed.

        Niven is a hoot as the sometimes eccentric Priory. His character

        here reminds me of another great movie character I adore, Fitzwilly, played by Dick Van Dyke. Priory is right up Niven’s alley.

        The story really centers around the Lady’s late husband’s hidden treasure and who will find it first, along with the question of Casey’s true identity. Getting to the answers makes for a really fun movie watching experience.



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