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Butterbox Babies (1995) -Standard Fullscreen
Butterbox Babies (1995) -Standard Fullscreen
Butterbox Babies (1995) -Standard Fullscreen
Butterbox Babies (1995) -Standard Fullscreen
Butterbox Babies (1995) -Standard Fullscreen
Butterbox Babies (1995) -Standard Fullscreen

Butterbox Babies (1995) -Standard Fullscreen

$ 10.00 USD

The shocking true story of Lila and William Young, owners of the Ideal Maternity Home for unwed mothers. Resented by the medical community, the Home falls under public scrutiny when a routine delivery of an infant results in the mysterious deaths of two patients. Soon, the Youngs are burying dead babies in butterboxes and selling healthy ones to childless couples.

Notice: Not Suitable for Young Children, Scenes of Childbirth and Death, Mature Themes

“Solid acting on an interesting subject, with strong humanistic overtones.”-IMDB

Starring: Susan Clark, Michael Riley, Catherine Fitch

PRODUCT DETAILS
Composer: Peter Breiner
Film, Series, or Collection: Sullivan Classics
Rating: 14A
Release Date: 1995
Runtime: 97 minutes
Formats: Standard DVD, Closed Captions
Genres: Drama
Languages: English

Special Features:

  • Behind-the-scenes feature with cast interviews
  • French subtitles.

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Butter box Babies
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Might have been even more harsh that the movie portrays
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