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Name the pre-1970 film


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Yes, it's "The Window" with Bobby Driscoll as the boy.  Barbara Hale, and Arthur Kennedy were the parents, and Ruth Roman and Paul Stewart played the neighbors.  Bobby Driscoll was a fine child actor.  It's a shame that he had such a short and tragic adult life.

Nice job, Lavender.  You get the thread.  

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If you look at the cast of "The Big Street" you will find many future TV stars.  Besides Lucille Ball the cast includes:

Ozzie Nelson, who would go on to star in "The Adventures Of Ozzie And Harriet"

Agnes Moorehead - Endora on "Bewitched"

Ray Collins - Lt. Tragg on "Perry Mason"

George Cleveland - Gramps on "Lassie"

and Hans Conreid - Uncle Tonoose on "The Danny Thomas Show"

It also featured an actor named William T. Orr, who would become head of TV production at Warner Bros. in the late fifties and sixties.  His name would appear in the credits for shows like "Cheyenne", "Maverick" and "77 Sunset Strip".  

Next:  A divorced unemployed man, with a very precocious young daughter, must get a job in order to retain custody of the child.  He gets a job coaching football at a small money strapped Catholic college. 

 

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34 minutes ago, MilesArcher said:

If you look at the cast of "The Big Street" you will find many future TV stars.  Besides Lucille Ball the cast includes:

Ozzie Nelson, who would go on to star in "The Adventures Of Ozzie And Harriet"

Agnes Moorehead - Endora on "Bewitched"

Ray Collins - Lt. Tragg on "Perry Mason"

George Cleveland - Gramps on "Lassie"

and Hans Conreid - Uncle Tonoose on "The Danny Thomas Show"

It also featured an actor named William T. Orr, who would become head of TV production at Warner Bros. in the late fifties and sixties.  His name would appear in the credits for shows like "Cheyenne", "Maverick" and "77 Sunset Strip".  

Next:  A divorced unemployed man, with a very precocious young daughter, must get a job in order to retain custody of the child.  He gets a job coaching football at a small money strapped Catholic college. 

 

John Wayne in Trouble Along The Way. Like this one very much, good film

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On 8/27/2019 at 1:36 AM, MilesArcher said:

If you look at the cast of "The Big Street" you will find many future TV stars.  Besides Lucille Ball the cast includes:

Ozzie Nelson, who would go on to star in "The Adventures Of Ozzie And Harriet"

Agnes Moorehead - Endora on "Bewitched"

Ray Collins - Lt. Tragg on "Perry Mason"

George Cleveland - Gramps on "Lassie"

and Hans Conreid - Uncle Tonoose on "The Danny Thomas Show"

It also featured an actor named William T. Orr, who would become head of TV production at Warner Bros. in the late fifties and sixties.  His name would appear in the credits for shows like "Cheyenne", "Maverick" and "77 Sunset Strip".  

Next:  A divorced unemployed man, with a very precocious young daughter, must get a job in order to retain custody of the child.  He gets a job coaching football at a small money strapped Catholic college. 

 

Miles this was almost on the bottom of page 2! My answer is above.

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Sorry about that.  They sure do slip out of sight quickly.  You are correct, Lavender.  Sherry Jackson played the daughter.  She was a regular on "Make Room for Daddy" at the time.  Another future TV star, Donna Reed, played a social worker who became John Wayne's love interest. 

Lavender, the thread is all yours.  

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On 8/17/2019 at 3:18 PM, lavenderblue19 said:

Thanks Princess :)

A man wants to buy back the farm his family once owned, but another man also wants the property. The owner sells it to the man whose family once owned it and the other man is angry and holds a grudge.

Is it I’M NO ANGEL with Mae West?

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