Daisy-Head Mayzie Trailer

Daisy-Head Mayzie Trailer (1995)

05 February 1995 24 mins

Daisy-Head Mayzie wakes up one morning to find a daisy has sprouted from the top of her head. Facing her classmates' taunts and her parents' dismay, Mayzie triumphs at last with the hard-won knowledge that love is more important than fame!

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International Titles

Dr. Suess' Daisy Head Mayzie Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 05 February 1995

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