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two thousand twentieth category

Someone is starting over

IT’S A GIFT (1934)
THE SOUTHERNER (1945)
ALICE DOESN’T LIVE HERE ANYMORE (1974)

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It's not always for good reasons!

Key Witness (1947)

Somewhere in the Night (1946)

Two of a Kind (1951)

Where Danger Lives (1950)

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2 minutes ago, Marianne said:

It's not always for good reasons!

Key Witness (1947)

Somewhere in the Night (1946)

Two of a Kind (1951)

Where Danger Lives (1950)

Yes, there are different reasons why people start over in life.

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WE ARE MARSHALL -- Marshall University's football program has to start over when the college football team and coach die in a plane crash

REMEMBER THE TITANS -- T.C. Marshall H.S. has to start over when the state of Virginia forces the school to integrate, and Denzel Washington's family has to start over by moving there

MOTHER CAREY'S CHICKENS/SUMMER MAGIC -- a family has to start over somewhere else when their father dies

SNOWBALL EXPRESS -- a family decides to start over and move to Colorado when they inherit a hotel

THE PATSY -- when a comedian dies, his staff starts over by making the bellboy, Jerry Lewis, into a star

TROUBLE WITH HARRY -- Shirley MacLaine thought she had started over in a new town with a new name, til Harry finds her....

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50 minutes ago, LonesomePolecat said:

P.S. We're on page 666 -- shouldn't we be doing a devil category? :)

We'll be on page 667 soon enough. LOL

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Great examples yesterday!

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two thousand twenty-first category

Advances in transportation

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UNION PACIFIC (1939)
THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS (1942)
THE HINDENBURG (1975)

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32 minutes ago, Peebs said:

Flying High (1931)  Bert Lahr plays inventor who invents flying machine

thanks for remembering this!  cute movie...even has a big Busby Berkeley number 

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