My poor little angel It's a real Christmas classic. The film starring actress Macaulay Kalkin appeared premiere in 1990 and has since continued to laugh at the audience. The story of Kevin, an eight-year-old boy who must defend his home from thieves when, incidentally, his parents leave him alone, there are millions of fans around the world.
Now, revealing an act for one aspect of the film, many were surprised. What is this about? The gangster movie Kevin uses to scare the boy to deliver pizza, with the phrase "Save the change, an unclean animal"It's nothing but a lie. It is a black and white production that was specifically recorded to engage in some scenes.
American comedian and producer, Seth Rogen, noticed that detail and reacted surprisingly to his Twitter account. "All my childhood I passed the thought that the old movie in which Kevin is watching My poor little angel"Angels with filthy souls" was real, "he wrote, and as if that was not enough, Kulkin replied: "I also."
Angels with filthy souls (that appears in My poor little angel) and Angels with secret souls (which is part of the My poor angel: lost in New York) were made during the recording to fit the plot. The producers simply leaned forward Angels with dirty faces, a 1938 film starring James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart for recreation.