The City of Little Men (1938) Rated NR

The story of Boys Town, founded by Father Flanagan, where wayward and homeless boys can live. Starring Edward Flanagan, Johnny Walsh, Frank Whitbeck

This short tells the story of Boys Town, which Father Flanagan started in 1917; it still runs today. The town began as a house and has expanded to an actual town with a school and stores. It is amazing to see how one person could transform so many lives. This documentary chronicles those transformations at Boys Town, where young men have continued to thrive, grow, and change throughout the years. It is worth a watch.

 

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