The Tap dance kid

United States, 1978

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Eight year old Willie Sheridan has a single passion - dancing. His twelve-year-old sister Emma wants to be a lawyer. When Willie, with Emma’s help, gets a chance to audition for summer stock, the entire family confronts the conflict between parents wishes and children’s dreams.
Based on the book “Nobody’s family is going to change” by Louise Fitzhugh.

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Evelyn Barron

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Learning Corporation of America


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