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Syracuse N.Y. actress Mary Snell, had a female rat as a pet the looked so much like the title character in this movie, that Mary named her Ben. See more »
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You'll get well, Ben, and I'll get well. We'll get well, Ben
[places Ben on a handkerchief]
We'll get well, Ben. No one's gonna hurt one of my friends. No, sir.
[gets out first aid kit, grabs a cotton swab and gently rubs it against Ben's wound]
You're the only friend I have. I love you, Ben.
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This movie was awesome! Really! The main kid (Lee Montgomery) makes the whole "best friends with a rat" story seem believable! And, he does a puppet show! He spins around while playing the harmonica! Cool haircut, too. He's radical!
Worth watching just to see him write the song to Ben at the piano while Elise Keaton looks on.
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