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  1. Not Sister Kenny movie. It was about a widow woman with some children whose mother in law was rich and making life difficult for her. The young son became friends with an elderly neighbor lady who left her house to him and solved family's problems so that mother in law was no longer a problem. Need title of movie which was late 1940s or 1950s. John Litel played a small role as boyfriend of Rosaline Russell who wanted to marry her and become new father for the family.
  2. What a wonderful film you have missed if you haven't seen "Rendezvous" with William Powell and Rosalind Russell! You really must watch it at least twice to get all of the wonderful ways that Powell and Russell work together so beautifully. And what a great comedy this is! It was filmed in 1935, so this is a very early work of theirs, but PLEASE if any of you agree that this is a forgotten masterpiece, let me know. I would love to discuss it..

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