My Pal, Wolf
Slapstick Of Another Kind
Follow Me Boys
You Are Not Alone
Bless The Beast And Children
Killer Klowns From Outer Space
The Three Stooges: In Orbit
Le Grand Chemin (The Grand Highway)
At Play In The Fields Of The Lord
Who are your favorite stars?
Robert Woolsey & Bert Wheeler
Marjorie Main & Percy Kilbride (Ma & Pa Kettle)
Who are your favorite directors?
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I'm just a working stiff that enjoys a variety of tv & movies.
I watch many gendre.; Sci-Fi, comedy, family drama, & more. Though I only speak (American) English, many non-USA films interest me. American films have come to relie more on "special effects", while most non-US movies still rely on the acting. We (I) have cable, and my main networks are Sci-Fi channel & Cartoon Network. But, I do watch other stuff.
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