The Little Princess Trailer

The Little Princess Trailer (1997)

06 June 1997 Drama, Family 88 mins

The film is set in 1890s London. Sarah lived happily in India with her father, but when he was drafted into military service he placed Sarah in a boarding school in London. Sarah was lonely, but she made some good friends at school. Suddenly her father was announced dead in a mine accident and Sarah became an orphan. Now she goes on a long and dangerous journey to find her father, who loved her and called her a "little princess".

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International Releases Dates

Korea 09 June 2001

Russia 06 June 1997

United States 10 October 1997

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