Savannah Smiles (1982)
Savannah is the only child of a wealthy politician, Richard Driscoll, who is more concerned with his image and career than with his family.Savannah Smiles featuring Mark Miller and Donovan Scott is streaming with subscription on Philo, streaming with subscription on Hoopla, free on Tubi, and 8 others. It's a comedy and family movie with a better than average IMDb audience rating of 7.1 (2,163 votes).
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Currently you are able to watch Savannah Smiles streaming on Dove Channel (Via Prime Video), Tubi, Plex, Hoopla, Philo, The Roku Channel, Cineverse, and Cineverse. It is also possible to buy Savannah Smiles on Prime Video, Google Play, and Microsoft Store or rent it on Prime Video, Google Play, and Microsoft Store.
Why to Watch Savannah Smiles
Savannah Smiles is a heartwarming family comedy that explores the relationship between a young girl and her busy politician father, offering a unique perspective on family dynamics and the importance of quality time.
The movie, released in 1982, has stood the test of time, maintaining a solid IMDb audience rating of 7.1 out of 10, indicating its enduring appeal and quality storytelling.
Despite its age, Savannah Smiles has a Reelgood score of 56 out of 100, suggesting that it still holds relevance and entertainment value for modern audiences.
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Available to watch free online (Tubi, Plex, The Roku Channel, and 1 other).
Available to stream on a subscription service (Philo, Hoopla, Dove Channel, and 1 other).
Available to rent or buy from $1.99 on 3 services (Google Play, Prime Video, and Microsoft).
Not available to stream on a TV everywhere service.
Savannah Smiles has a better than average IMDb audience rating of 7.1 (2,163 votes). The movie is somewhat popular with Reelgood users lately.
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Savannah is the only child of a wealthy politician, Richard Driscoll, who is more concerned with his image and career than with his family.