The Littlest Outlaw1955
The Littlest Outlaw (1955)
Critic Consensus: If its story isn't particularly believable, The Littlest Outlaw still exports Disney's family-friendly formula to Mexico with thoroughly charming results.
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as Gen. Torres
as Senor Garcia
as Senora Garcia
Critic Reviews for The Littlest Outlaw
Along with the vast appeal evoked by a winsome boy and a condemned animal on the run, Walt Disney's The Littlest Outlaw is enhanced by its excellent camera record of Mexican scenics and moires.
Boy and horse move staunchly through the action, doing what seems to come naturally, and Joseph Calleia offers a warmly likable, sometimes humorous performance as the friendly padre.
Joseph Calleia appears as the padre in whose church the lad takes refuge with his horse, and whose antics with his old automobile provide a good share of chuckles.
Director Roberto Gavaldon takes this basic situation and weaves skillful action, centering his story on Andres Velasquez, whose performance has seldom been equaled by a child thesp in point of appeal.
Disney has combined in this Mexican-made movie something of his People and Places series with a story that should have special appeal for children.
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