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Best Answer Jim and Beyond says
That movie was a series too was it not?
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Sid Kemp says
Awesome...looking forward to what else you come up with.
You have given me a nice list to explore. Thanks for the comment!
John Crowley says
I love the roles Robert De Niro plays!
Forgot about Mockingbird! Great story!
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Marwan Asmar says
That was an awesome movie, but I never read the book! Good to know.....loved Pony Boy!
But not "Wizard of Oz." I can't agree with that! I was so disappointed when I saw that movie... There is no singing in the book. Dorothy is supposed to be about age ten and with short blonde hair. It is not a dream from which she wakes up.
Melissa Wlostoski says
What were the movies or novels? Not familiar with him.
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Jim Higgins says
The epic 'Lonesome Dove' with Robert Duvall was screened on tv here as well. It's hard to keep to a book with long descriptive or narrative passages. You're limited to the 'physical' element of a story unless a narrator enters the 'equation'.
That is right! I studied Of Mice And Men in a novel class and saw the movie later.
Civil War Bob says
Wow you are a big book reader!
Well, that's been over a 60 year lifetime and a reading life begun with Golden Books @ age 4! ;)
Well, Civil War Bob, my trouble is I can not remember back that far anymore! Mine is 52 years, lucky to remember last year! LOL!
Thanks, Bob. That's a good list, but I would disagree about Journey to the Center of the Earth, at least the version I saw, which brought in a romantic sub-plot that wasn't in Verne.
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