Rags to Riches (1987–1988)
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A wealthy businessman decides to soften his "cutthroat" image by adopting some children. He winds up adopting six girls and isn't prepared for the problems that come with them.

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Nick Foley
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Marva Foley (as Tisha Campbell)
Blanca De Garr ...
Patty Foley (as Blanca DeGarr)
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Rose Foley
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Nina Foley
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Diane Foley
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Mickey Foley
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John Clapper
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Carlotta Newton
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Miss Provo
Julie Payne
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Freddie
Woody Eney
Audre Johnston
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A wealthy businessman decides to soften his "cutthroat" image by adopting some children. He winds up adopting six girls and isn't prepared for the problems that come with them.

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9 March 1987 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The show starts off in the year 1961. See more »

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When Rose reads aloud from the Herald newspaper, it is different than what is seen printed in the article. See more »

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Patty Foley: [walking in the dark, imitating Dracula] "Diane, I'm coming to eat your hair! Muah ha ha ha ha!"
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Followed by Rags to Riches (1987) See more »

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I love this movie
30 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

I can remember when I was seven years old and my grandmother had recorded Rags to Riches for me. The first time I saw it, I must have watched it three times in a row. I watched it so many times within the next year that the VHS tape had gotten worn out and wouldn't play anymore. I'm now twenty six and I have looked for the movie everywhere. I still love all those songs and probably would remember most of them right away. I use to sing and dance around my living floor every time I watched it. I'm not quite sure why, but none of my friends, now, don't recall ever seeing it. I tell them that they missed out because it is a classic. I think that my stepdaughter would enjoy it a lot. She might think that everyone in the movie dresses funny, because she a teenager, but she would like the singing and dancing.


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