Miss Potter, The Weinstein Company and Phoenix Pictures presents a David Kirschner production in association with Isle of Man Film and the UK Film Council ; produced by David Kirschner, Mike Medavoy, Arnold Messer, Corey Sienega, David Thwaites ; written by Richard E. Maltby Jr. ; directed by Chris Noonan
The work Miss Potter, The Weinstein Company and Phoenix Pictures presents a David Kirschner production in association with Isle of Man Film and the UK Film Council ; produced by David Kirschner, Mike Medavoy, Arnold Messer, Corey Sienega, David Thwaites ; written by Richard E. Maltby Jr. ; directed by Chris Noonan represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Oshkosh Public Library.

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  • 1MLpTFRv-zU
Is active
  • True
Provenance
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Rules version
  • 2
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  • Miss Potter, The Weinstein Company and Phoenix Pictures presents a David Kirschner production in association with Isle of Man Film and the UK Film Council ; produced by David Kirschner, Mike Medavoy, Arnold Messer, Corey Sienega, David Thwaites ; written by Richard E. Maltby Jr. ; directed by Chris Noonan
Main title
  • Miss Potter
Responsibility statement
  • The Weinstein Company and Phoenix Pictures presents a David Kirschner production in association with Isle of Man Film and the UK Film Council ; produced by David Kirschner, Mike Medavoy, Arnold Messer, Corey Sienega, David Thwaites ; written by Richard E. Maltby Jr. ; directed by Chris Noonan
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • In an effort to give their younger brother, Norman a project to keep him busy now that he has joined the family publishing house, the older Warne brothers agree to publish Miss Beatrix Potter's first children's book. They don't expect the book to sell well, but they need to keep Norman busy. As a single woman living in Edwardian London, Beatrix suspects this endeavor may provide her with a small measure of freedom. But she also has very specific ideas about how the book should be published. As they work together, Norman and Beatrix become close. After the first book is published, Beatrix goes on to a second book and that sells well. One day at lunch, she meets the rest of Norman's family, including his sister, Millie and the two women become fast friends. Norman proposes, but Beatrix's parents object to the marriage proposal. After much argument, they agree to let Beatrix marry Norman provided they wait until the end of the summer
Characteristic
  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: PG; brief mild language
Medium
  • DVD
OCLC Number
  • 79663449
Runtime
  • 92
Target audience
  • general
Technique
  • live action
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