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Sometimes in life -- and in the movies -- relatives step in and act as parents. Check out our list of movie family members who helped take care of the kids.
When we first meet Luke Skywalker, he is being raised on Tatooine by his step-aunt and uncle… and has no idea who his real father is.
"Auntie Em! Auntie Em!" She and Uncle Harry raised the orphaned Dorothy Gale in the Oz books by Frank L. Baum.
This drama tells the real-life story of the Beatles' John Lennon, who was raised by his Aunt Mimi and Uncle George, believing initially that they are his parents.
The Boy Wizard is brought up by his aunt and uncle, Petunia and Vernon Dursley, Muggles who made Harry live under their stairs.
Peter Parker is raised by his Aunt May and Uncle Ben. But his tingly Spidey Sense tells him there must be a reason why his parents disappeared.
Type-A career woman Diane Keaton is thrown for a loop when she inherits a baby from a recently deceased relative.
When Cinderella's father dies, she is left in the care of her evil stepmother and cruel stepsisters. If only some handsome prince would come and rescue her…
In Lemony Snicket's unfortunate saga, three orphaned children are left in the care of their cousin, the dastardly Count Olaf.
In this 1993 film based on the beloved book, an orphaned girl goes to live at her uncle's estate, where she discovers a door that leads to -- you guessed it -- a secret garden.
Roald Dahl's book came to life in this 1996 film that tells the story of an orphaned boy who lives with his awful aunts and becomes friends with the bugs who live in a giant peach.
In this 1958 film starring Rosalind Russell, an orphan goes to live with his free-spirited and eccentric aunt. He does not befriend any bugs and there are no peaches anywhere.
Screen star Shirley Temple plays and orphaned Swiss child who goes to live with her grandfather and is then kidnapped by her aunt.
Once again, that adorable moppet Shirley Temple plays an orphan, this time living with her stepfather and then dumped on her aunt at Sunnybrook farm.
Hayley Mills plays a cheerful, optimistic orphan who goes to live with her rich aunt in this classic film.
In this film adaptation of the Broadway play, an ex-TV writer raises his nephew, the illegitimate son of his sister.