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    Kit Kittredge An American Girl

    The film is based on the popular American Girl book series. It is about a young dynamic girl- Kit Kittredge who must pass through the ups and downs to help her family when her father loses his job in the Great Depression
    Duration: 101 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2008
    IMDb: 6.6
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  • Actors of "Kit Kittredge An American Girl"

  • Characters of "Kit Kittredge An American Girl"

    Kit Kittredge. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Margaret Kittredge. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Played by: Julia Ormond
    Jack Kittredge. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Miss Dooley. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Played by: Jane Krakowski
    Mr. Gibson. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Played by: Wallace Shawn
    Will Shepherd. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Played by: Max Thieriot
    Countee. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Played by: Willow Smith
    Uncle Hendrick. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Played by: Kenneth Welsh
    Ruthie Smithens. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Miss Bond. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Played by: Joan Cusack
    Mr. Pennington. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Played by: Colin Mochrie
    Roger. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Frances Stone. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Florence Stone. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Mr. Stone. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Played by: John Healy
    Mrs. Stone. Character of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
  • Directors of "Kit Kittredge An American Girl"

    Patricia Rozema. Director of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Patricia Rozema
    Birthdate: 20 August 1958, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
  • Creators of "Kit Kittredge An American Girl"

    Ann Peacock. Director of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Ann Peacock
    Valerie Tripp. Director of Kit Kittredge An American Girl
    Valerie Tripp
  • Critic Reviews of "Kit Kittredge An American Girl"

    I.E. Weekly
    July 04, 2008

    It's hard to dislike a tween picture that opens with Eleanor Roosevelt, but if explaining mortgage meltdowns to their tots doesn't sent parents screaming, the performances will.

    Entertainment Weekly
    July 03, 2008

    A gently thoughtful, audience-appropriate entertainment that assembles swell actors to play colorful characters who don't shy away from depicting serious hard times.

    Washington Post
    July 02, 2008

    The tweener girls for whom it is aimed deserve better. A mind is a terrible thing to waste.

    New York Times
    July 02, 2008

    This classy, heart-on-its-sleeve movie is packed with laudable life lessons and Depression-era trivia.

    Seattle Times
    July 02, 2008

    This is a sweet, G-rated story of 1930s girl power, with nary a princess in sight.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    July 02, 2008

    Kit Kittredge is proof of how far you can get with the right screenwriter -- in this instance one versed in Children's Adventures 101 -- and director.

    ReelzChannel.com
    September 02, 2008

    Mostly, Kit Kittredge is exactly what you'd expect -- a treacle-sweet, simplistic story about maintaining a stiff upper lip in the face of adversity, keeping your family together, and not judging a book by its cover.

    Screen International
    July 22, 2008

    Emotionally affecting but dramatically wobbly, "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl" touchingly illustrates the sting of poverty without overly resorting to childish shenanigans.

    Spectrum (St. George, Utah)
    July 19, 2008

    What could have been an oasis of quiet, thought provoking nostalgia turns out to be an utter bore. Yes, it's family friendly but it's also entertainment exterminating.

    Aisle Seat
    July 11, 2008

    When I have children, this is the kind of movie I hope they will like. It's intelligent, it's meaningful, and it doesn't condescend to kids. In fact, it actually encourages kids to think.

    EricDSnider.com
    July 10, 2008

    The movie gets by largely on its guileless, upbeat charm, and on those same qualities as found in Abigail Breslin.

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