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EXODUS (1960)

THE PUMPKIN EATER (1964)

BLOSSOMS IN THE DUST (1941)

LORD OF THE FLIES (1963)

THE SOUND OF MUSIC (1965)

FATHER GOOSE (1964)

PRESENTING LILY MARS (1943)

OLIVER! (1968)

OLIVER TWIST (1946)

GOLD RUSH MAISIE (1940)

MY SIX LOVES (1963)

THE MATING GAME (1959)

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On recent TV we had 14 KIDS AND COUNTING

There were 3 feature films about the Dionne Quintuplets: THE COUNTRY DOCTOR, REUNION, and FIVE OF A KIND

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"Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" (1971)

"The Meaning of Life" (1983)  [Every **** is Sacred]

"Taps" (1981)

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Scrounging for food

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OLIVER! (1968)
DOWN AND OUT IN BEVERLY HILLS (1986)
BLACK BOOK (2006)

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Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring, 1971 television film starring Sally Field and Eleanor Parker. Some scenes show the very unglamorous necessity of scrounging other people's leftover food at outdoor restaurants when one decides to live a wanderer's life.

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10 minutes ago, Marianne said:

Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring, 1971 television film starring Sally Field and Eleanor Parker. Some scenes show the very unglamorous necessity of scrounging other people's leftover food at outdoor restaurants when one decides to live a wanderer's life.

Haven't seen this one. Thanks for mentioning it.

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Gone With the Wind  Animated GIF

The Out of Towners (the dog's cracker jacks)           _ Image result for the out of towners 1970

Night of the Living Dead   Image result for night of the living dead gif

 

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The setting is Reno

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RENO (1939)
MAISIE GOES TO RENO (1944)
THE OPPOSITE SEX (1956)

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The Misfits (1961)

The Women (1939) women go to the ranch in Reno for divorce

Charlie Chan in Reno (1939)

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23 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Haven't seen this one. Thanks for mentioning it.

Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring: the title and Sally Field in the starring role makes the film sound like a comedy, but it was quite a surprise, as I recall. It's been a while since I've seen it, but I think I can still recommend it!

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"The setting is Reno":

Born to Kill (1947): Claire Trevor meets Laurence Tierney in Reno, Nevada, and the film starts there.

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Really bad movie I saw thanks to Rifftrax -- GODMONSTER OF INDIAN FLATS -- filmed on location in Reno and Virginia City

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