Heidi

Heidi

  • Director: Allan Dwan
  • Writer: Johanna Spyri,Walter Ferris,Julien Josephson
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: October 15, 1937
  • Aspect ratio: 1.37 : 1
  • Also known as: Хейди
  • The orphan Heidi (Shirley Temple Shirley Temple ) lives with Aunt Date ( Mady Christians ), but Date is unwilling to continue to take care of her niece, so she sends Heidi all the way to a remote mountain - Grandpa Heidi (Jean Hersholt) ) hideout. The grandfather Adolf, who was in grief over the loss of his son, initially ignored the granddaughter he had never met, but as time went on, the relationship between the grandfather and grandson deepened. 

    Details

    • Release date October 15, 1937
    • Filming locations Big Bear Lake, Big Bear Valley, San Bernardino National Forest, California, USA
    • Production companies Twentieth Century Fox

    Movie reviews

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    • By Leta 2022-03-15 09:01:10

      happiness is an ability

      I have seen Heidi and Grandpa once before, and I am not particularly impressed.

      This time I saw Heidi of Xiulan Temple, maybe because I started to write the aftermath, I would be more engaged when I watched it, and I could remember the plot better.

      You really can’t read other movie reviews before writing your own review. You will directly accept other people’s opinions without the process of self-thinking. People’s inertia is getting worse and worse again and again, too lazy to...

    • By Jamison 2022-03-14 14:12:30

      May every child be safe and happy

      This winter, I have heard too much bad news, some of which make people feel out of anger, and then suspect the bottom line of human nature to do evil;

      It is true that there are sorrows and joys, every year, people are on the road, and they also come to the end of the year without knowing it. The calendar is about to turn to the new year. Even if we are cruel and powerless against reality, we are...

    • By Earl 2022-01-26 08:43:41

      A real cartoon without any intentions

      Even the live action feels more moving than most cartoons. No reason, just pure joy.

      The director has a very good grasp of the attributes of the film type, how longing for a clean mind can have such a work.

      It is recommended that people of any age should take a look, put down all baggage, and just look at it.

      After watching the movie, I wanted to check the social background at that time to be able to shoot such a clean work. After hesitating again and again, I gave...

    • By Letitia 2022-01-26 08:43:41

      Gone: The youngest age to win the Oscars

      Shirley Temple died at her home in California on February 10, 2014, at the age of 85. After a day or two, I learned this news from the news, which made a sentimental + nostalgic person not feel sad. For the elderly Temple, not many people pay attention to her. If you put her in front of the world , and there will not be many feelings, because everyone left the angel-like favor in her childhood, and only childhood. At only 7 years old, she won the 7th Academy Award. She is the first...

    • By Emmanuel 2022-01-26 08:43:41

      classic narrative cycle

      When I first turned on the CCTV music channel, what I saw was a chubby, small, yellow curly-haired, energetic and healthy little girl, sitting on the train with her aunt DITI to the city .
      At the other end, Clara, an aristocratic girl, was sitting at the dining table, frowning under the supervision of the strict and demanding housekeeper, looking forward to the arrival of her new partner. She looked very unhealthy. After her mother died, the duke's father was not around, and the widowed...

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    • By Muriel 2022-04-24 07:01:24

      I don't remember the plot anymore. I didn't know how many movies I watched on the movie channel back then. Old childhood...

    • By Monte 2022-04-24 07:01:24

      I watched it yesterday, it really suits me at this stage now, in a...

    • By Trevion 2022-04-24 07:01:24

      Deng Bo's movies are all about the routine of "finding him in the crowd... suddenly looking...

    • By Wendy 2022-04-24 07:01:24

      One of the most touching films of Xiulan...

    • By Connor 2022-04-23 07:04:31

      The plot is too weak, relying entirely on Temple to support the...

    Movie plot

    Shirley Temple plays little Heidi in this popular children's novel—a bright, lively, innocent, kind-hearted little girl. Little Heidi lost her parents when she was very young, became an orphan, and was raised by her aunt until she was five years old. Tired of raising little Heidi, her aunt sends Heidi to her unfriendly grandfather who lives in seclusion in the Swiss mountains. The grandfather didn't like seeing little Heidi at first,...
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    Movie quotes

    • Peter the Goat Boy: Everybody knows you can't turn your back on Old Turk.

      Heidi: Well, Old Turk isn't much of a gentleman. What's your name?

      Peter the Goat Boy: I'm Peter, the goat general. Who are you?

      Heidi: I'm Heidi, and I'm going to live with Adolph Kramer, my grandfather.

      Peter the Goat Boy: Live with him? Aren't you scared to?

      Heidi: Why should I be afraid of my grandfather?

      Peter the Goat Boy: You'll find out. If ever he gets good and mad at you, he'll probably cut your head off, like this.

      Heidi: Oh.

    • Dete: I'm Dete, the sister of Gretchen, who married your son Tobias. I've brought their orphan to live with you. I've taken care of her for six years, but I've got a job in Frankfurt now, rich family, and I can't be bothered with her any more. I know you hated Tobias and Gretchen, but you've got to take their daughter just the same.

      Adolph Kramer, The Grandfather: Get out of here!

      Dete: Here she is. Her name's Heidi.

      [Dete leaves]

      Heidi: How do you do, Grandfather? I'm very glad to see you.

    • Heidi: Grandfather! I found my bed. I'll sleep on the hay. But, I suppose I ought to have a sheet and coverlet.

      Heidi: [louder] I say, I suppose I ought to have a sheet and coverlet.

      [her grandfather ignores her]

      Heidi: Well, I've always had a sheet and coverlet, but if there aren't any, I could sleep under the hay.