Madeline, directed by Robert Jenkins and starring Savannah Lombard, Lin Don MacKenzie and others, released in 1952. The film is adapted from Ludwig Bemmering's children's literature of the same name. It is a family movie full of childishness and warmth.
The protagonist of the film is a little girl named Madeleine, who lives in a boarding school in Paris, and her Friends live, study and play together. During a trip, Madeleine unfortunately fell ill. After treatment, her courage and tenacity touched the doctors and parents, and finally made her regain her health.
The storyline of the film is warm and touching, which is very suitable for family viewing. Through the story of the little girl Madeleine, the movie expresses the themes of courage, friendship and growth, and at the same time conveys the warm sustenance of family, friendship and life. The picture of the film is also very beautiful, with bright and vibrant colors, creating a childlike and warm atmosphere.