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Hello all! I'm hoping that someone here can help me. I told my dad that I would help him find the name of a western film or TV episode that he saw when he was a little kid (born in 1966). There is one scene he recalls from it which he describes as a scene between a young person and an adult. They're standing on a porch watching a man ride away on a horse into the sunset. The older one tells the younger one something along the lines of "Don't watch him ride out of sight or else you'll never see him again." He seems to think this was the last scene of the movie/episode. He saw this on TV but he doesn't remember if it was a show or a film and he doesn't remember who played in it or if it was in color or black and white. He wants to know the name of this movie/show because he watched it with his father who has recently passed and is interested in watching it again. I know this isn't much to go off of. I tried to search around online to find it myself but haven't had any luck. If anyone here can help, it would mean a lot to me. Thanks 😀
I seen this b/w movie on TCM some years ago. The movie setting seem to be placed around a pier or dock. There was this Luxury Highrises next to the dock or pier that had a doorman. This kid that lived in the Highrise wanted to play outside but, was always told no by his mother, sister or somebody. One day he went outside and the neighborhood kids beat him up. They ripped his cloths and I think they took some money from him. Well these neighborhood kids would always play by this pier or dock. They would always tease the doorman, run up and down the street. There was also a guy that seemed to on the run form the police or other people. Does anyone know this movie?
I am trying to remember a film with a scene where a jealous woman throws a plant from the patio into an entitled woman's arms saying something like "delivery" or something and she falls into a pool. I think that it was even in a TCM spot or commercial. PLEASE HELP! It's driving me nuts! It's either from the late 40's or 50's I believe. Best Regards & Thank You, Andrew P Jackson