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Bradford Anderson Made a Movie out of His Daughter’s Story and It’s the Cutest Thing We’ve Ever Seen

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Fathers will do anything for their daughters, and GENERAL HOSPITAL fan favorite Bradford Anderson (Spinelli) has proven that he is one of the best dads ever by helping bring his little girl’s story to life! “My daughter Juna has started writing little stories and is having a blast doing it,” he posted to Instagram. “I thought it might be fun to make movies of them.”

Anderson posted the first of what we hope are many with the premiere of The Butterfly on his Facebook page. Written and narrated by six-year-old Juna, the tale follows a beautiful purple butterfly (played by her dad) who suffers an injured wing and must go to the hospital to get better. And if you think that sounds cute, just wait until you see it in action!

At the end of the video, Anderson promises “more fun stuff coming” so hopefully that means he’ll get his wife, Keira, or their three-year-old daughter, Finola, involved in upcoming productions from Anderson Family Films (or whatever they’re going to call themselves). Because that would be even more adorable. You can see how cute his kids are as you watch them grow up in this beautiful video!

These family videos will be great for GH fans who are missing seeing Anderson in Port Charles as Spinelli. Currently on recurring status with the soap, Anderson’s most recent appearance was at the Ask Man Landers book launch party where things got a little crazy. And if we can’t get Spinelli’s wacky shenanigans on GH, at least we can enjoy Anderson’s in these fun mini-movies!

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