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Errol Flynn stars with a young Dean Stockwell in the big-screen adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's classic novel of a young British boy traveling through India--Kim. Kim (Stockwell--Married to the Mob) finds adventures as he travels alone across India, dressed as a native boy. He gets involved with a horse trader (Flynn--The Adventures of Robin Hood) who is actually a British agent; sojourns with a lama (Paul Lukas--Watch on the Rhine) on a holy quest; and gets in the middle of British and Russian forces in the struggle to control the Kyber Pass.
© 1950, Supplementary Material Compilation © 2012 Turner Entertainment Co.
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A street kid lives by wits in colonial India.
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Parents need to know that the main character's parents are dead, which may be upsetting to young viewers. Kim turns to petty theft to survive instead of living in an orphanage. Part of the story takes place during a battle, and a character dies. Issues of race and caste are thematic.
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- Genre:Action, Drama, Family
- Release Date:January 26, 1951
- Audio Format:Stereo
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