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  1. 2012 TV movie. Learning resources. See also. References. External links. Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town is a sequence of stories by Stephen Leacock, first published in 1912. It is generally considered to be one of the most enduring classics of Canadian humorous literature.

    • Stephen Leacock
    • Canada
    • 1912
    • Humour
  2. 12. Feb. 2012 · Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town: Directed by Don McBrearty. With Jill Hennessy, Donal Logue, Gordon Pinsent, Owen Best. Stephen Leacock recounts his growing up period in the small town of Mariposa, Ontario, located on the shores of Lake Wissanotti with its notoriously leaky holiday steamer.

    • (91)
    • Comedy
    • Don McBrearty
    • 2012-02-12
  3. 7. Feb. 2012 · Show more. Behind-the-scenes of CBC's "Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town", a two-hour tv movie based on Stephen Leacock's famous book of the same name. Check out the website @ www.cbc.ca ...

    • 7 Min.
    • 7,7K
    • SunshineSketchesCBC
  4. 12. Feb. 2012 · Stephen Leacock recounts his growing up period in the small town of Mariposa, Ontario, located on the shores of Lake Wissanotti with its notoriously leaky holiday steamer. It is a town similar to many other small towns in Canada with its odd assortment of residents.

  5. 7. Feb. 2006 · Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town, by Stephen Leacock (Toronto, New York, London, 1912), is a series of vignettes dramatizing the comedy of day-to-day life in Mariposa, a bustling and big-time small town on the shores of the magnificent Lake Wissanotti.

  6. Director. Don McBrearty. Synopsis. Stephen Leacock recounts his growing up period in the small town of Mariposa, Ontario, located on the shores of Lake Wissanotti with its notoriously leaky...

  7. 12. Feb. 2012 · Kinorium. Critics — Movie. Cast & Crew. Videos. Stills. Facts. Awards. Premieres. Links. Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town. ( 2012 ) Comedy. Based on Book. Stephen Leacock recounts his growing up period in the small town of Mariposa, Ontario, located on the shores of Lake Wissanotti with its notoriously leaky holiday steamer.