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Kit Kittredge: An American Girl

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Producer Julia Roberts brings the American Girl brand to the big screen for the very first time with this inspirational tale concerning a nine-year-old girl named Kit Kittredge (Academy Award nominee Abigail Breslin) growing up during the Great ... Read More
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Kit Kittredge
Mrs. Kittredge
Mr. Kittredge
Mr. Gibson
Miss Bond
Will Shepherd
Stirling Howard
Miss Dooley
Ruthie Smitherns
Mrs. Howard
April 24, 2013
vegaslots777
five star and six star for costumes of the 30s
July 19, 2008
falloutkidd27
wat a terrible movie!!!!!!! i could go on and on about how poor acting this movie had! just awful
July 19, 2008
A100586
I have to say that this was a really good movie in my opinion, and I loved every minute of it!! Abigail Breslin is a totally fantastic actress, and it was great for her to play Kit Kitteredge!!
July 18, 2008
SMCalcutt
That Movie Was The Dumest Movie I Have Ever Seen
July 16, 2008
Pmcdowe
i thoght is was a great movie for famlies and just about any-body! and i even boght the books(3) and i've read helf of it and i'm 11

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