Madeline (1952)


Madeline is one of twelve little girls at a boarding school in Paris. They all act exactly alike except things are always happening to Madeline. When she gets appendicitis all of the girls visit her and are impressed by her scar. Later the other girls claim they too are sick and want an operation. The head of the school smiles because she knows all is well.

Directors: Robert Cannon, John Hubley (supervising director) (uncredited).
Writers: Ludwig Bemelmans (story: book), Robert Cannon (adaptation) (uncredited), T. Hee (adaptation) (uncredited), John Hubley (adaption) (uncredited)
Stars: Gladys Holland (voice).
Composer: David Raksin (as Dave Raksin).

1953 Academy Awards – Nominated for an Oscar for Best Short Subject, Cartoons.


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