Baxter (1973)

Release Date: 01 September 2014 | Certificate: Suitable for 12 years and over
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A stellar cast features in actor-director Lionel Jeffries drama about a young boy facing the combined challenge of his parents disintegrating marriage, relocation to London, and ongoing attempt to overcome his speech problem. Sympathetic, moving, but never sentimental, Baxter! features accomplished performances from Patricia Neal, Britt Ekland, Sally Thompsett and Scott Jacoby, as the film s young protagonist. Based on Kin Platt s acclaimed novel The Boy Who Could Make Himself Disappear, Baxter! is presented in a brand-new digital transfer in its original theatrical aspect ratio.

Roger Baxter is a 12-year-old American lad, engaging, warm and sensitive, who has never seen, felt or known love; his parents have always been too preoccupied with their own failures to recognise his needs. Then the marriage breaks up and, after the divorce, the boy s mother a stupid rather than an evil person brings him to London, hoping to make a fresh start. And it is here, for the first time, that Roger comes into contact with love... three kinds of love that are to make him even more aware of his unhappiness and frustration.
Release Date: 01 September 2014
Certificate: 12 - Suitable for Persons Aged 12 or Over
Catalogue No: 7954178