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LindaY

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  1. One movie I remember crying at which hasn't been mentioned here is A THOUSAND CLOWNS. Jason Robards is a writer who has dropped out of the rat race and is perfectly happy living his rather nontraditional life. Then his orphaned nephew comes to live with him. To be able to keep the nephew he has to get back into his straitjacket suit and go back to work. He loves the kid so much he does it. God. I'm tearing up thinking about it. The "movie" I've cried at most is a three-part LASSIE story called "Lassie's Odyssey." It's like LASSIE COME HOME, only done for the TV series. At the end Timmy finally accepts that Lassie is never coming home again and starts to bury her toys...and then Lassie comes running over the hill barking. I sit down with a box of Kleenex ready to watch that one.
  2. "My dog's better than your dog, My dog's better than yours, My dog's better 'cause he eats Ken'l'Ration, My dog's better than yours...
  3. Is this a movie short, too? It's based on a folk legend, so I'm not surprised. There is an episode of The Twilight Zone entitled "The Hunt" which was written by Earl Hamner Jr, creator of TV's The Waltons and the movie Spencer''s Mountain which is exactly like this story. It starred Arthur Hunnicut as the old man and Jeannette Nolan as his wife; can't remember who played the fellow at the gate of Heaven but Robert Foulk was the man at the gate of Hell. Message was edited by: LindaY
  4. Both Cheaper by the Dozen and Belles on Their Toes were released to DVD at the same time. I bought them both the same day. Linda
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