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FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS - great family movie series -
The Five Little Peppers book series was created by Margaret
Sidney from 1881 to 1916. It covers the lives of the five children
of Mamsie and the late Mister Pepper who are born into poverty in a
rural "little brown house". The Pepper books were the inspiration
for a brief series of feature films produced by Columbia Pictures
in 1939-40. The four films were vehicles for Columbia's juvenile
star Edith Fellows, who played Polly. The rest of the kids were
Charles Peck as Ben, Tommy Bond of "Our Gang" as Davie, Bobby
Larson as Joey, and Dorothy Ann Seese as Phronsie.
FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS AND HOW THEY GREW (1939)
In this, the first entry in four-part series, children's
movie, Polly Pepper takes care of her siblings while her mother
toils at a factory. Polly's newest friend is Jasper, a rich kid who
likes to play with the Pepper kids. Trouble ensues when the
littlest Pepper comes down with the measles and infects Jasper and
his grandfather, Mr. King. They all wind up stuck together in a
quarantined house. After the devoted Polly collapses from working
too hard, Mr. King moves the Pepper clan into his mansion. The
plucky family finally garners a fortune when it is discovered that
Polly has inherited the controlling shares in a mine that the
grandfather wants to purchase.
FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS AT HOME (1940)
This time around, Polly and the kids try to figure out a way
to save their mother (Dorothy Peterson) from bankruptcy, with the
help of crusty-but-lovable Mr. King (Clarence Kolb). After a
slow-moving hour or so, the film picks up tremendously in the final
reel when the kids are trapped in a copper mine cave-in, sparking a
tension-filled rescue effect. A bit too syrupy sweet for modern
tastes, Five Little Peppers at Home is redeemed by the cynical
performance of Rex Evans as a sneering butler.
OUT WEST WITH THE PEPPERS (1940)
Once again in dire financial straits, the Pepper family is
forced to pull up stakes and head westward. Upon arrival in the
Wide Frontiers, the Pepper kids get into mischief in a lumber camp.
As usual, the plot is resolved by Edith Fellows as eldest Pepper
child Polly, who manages to stumble upon a financial windfall which
proves benefical not only to her family but practically everyone
else in the film.
FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS IN TROUBLE (1940)
Unable to watch over her kids and go to work at the same
time, Mrs. Pepper bundles the little Peppers off to boarding
school. The Five Little Peppers in Trouble is describable as
"cute"; you take it from there. The six are packed off to an elite
boarding school. The other students, all rich kids led by queen bee
June (Shirley Mills), won't associate with these common public
school intruders. Although all six are in the same boat, the focus
is almost completely on Polly; Fellows gets to do some singing when
they hold tryouts for the school's musical.
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