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1 Glue (2006)

"A teenage summer in a small town in the desert, a dysfunctional family, a rock band, a can full of glue...

6.5/10 1,103
2 Cousin Skeeter (1998 TV series) 7.1/10 641
3 Jack (2004 TV movie)

Jack, in full puberty, not only has to deal with his parents' divorce, but also feels his world is falling...

6.8/10 384
4 American Playhouse (1981 TV series)
Episode: The Great American Fourth of July and Other Disasters

Matt Dillon plays a young Jean Shepherd (author and narrator of A Christmas Story). Through Matt, Shep tells several humorous stories about his teen years in an Indiana steel town.

8.0/10 191
5 Black Cats and Broomsticks (1955 documentary short)

An RKO-Pathe Screenliner short subject. Superstitions are examined in the context of mid-20th century America...

5.8/10 107
6 7th Heaven (1996 TV series)
Episode: Sometimes That's Just the Way It Is

The babies still make all siblings miserable. Simon believes shifting to middle child position ended...

5.5/10 31
7 Johnny Bravo (1997 TV series)
Episode: Karma Krisis/A Star Is Bruised/The Prince and the Pinhead

Karma Krisis: Johnny breaks a chain letter. A Star is Bruised: Johnny becomes the stuntman on an action film. The Prince and the Pinhead: Johnny trades places with his double.

7.2/10 20
8 Step by Step (1991 TV series)
Episode: The Bodyguard Formerly Known as Prince

Rich gives out 20 chain letters and gets good luck, but the Lamberts who don't believe in it receive bad luck. The girls go to a ski lodge looking for boys and Karen ends up going out with a Prince, who is going incognito for the weekend.

6.0/10 8
9 Familie Backeljau (1993 TV series)
Episode: De man van Uw Dromen

The family receives a chain letter. All except dad pretend not to believe in that nonsense, but all four secretly copy it 50 times anyhow...

10 Student Bodies (1997 TV series)
Episode: Chris' Death
11 Please Forward (2009 short)
12 La cadena (2012 short)

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