Spotty: story of a fawn

United States, 1950

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The story of the adventures of a wild fawn is used to foster a love of nature and outdoor life among young children. The film was shot in the natural environment of the fawn in the woods of North America and is aimed at stimulating oral and written language development at the kindergarten level.


production company

Coronet Instructional Films






Black and White

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