A TV Show where Andy, with a studio audience full of loud screaming kids, would show movies. At the opening of the show he had a puppet friend called "Froggy". To get the frog to appear ... See full summary »
Charley is a workaholic family man that finds out from an angel that his "number's up" and he will be dying soon so he tries to change his ways and be a better husband and father with the time he has left.
I saw this movie when it came out. In a western Michigan small town--I got the impression even then (as a teen) that it was being marketed primarily to "hicksville" theatres, like concurrent Sunn Classic and Benji movies (only more so). I can still visualize the fin-splashing poster. Yet I remember absolutely nothing about the movie itself. Which should tell you a lot, cuz I remember at least something from practically every other movie I saw back then. It must have been cheap/innocuous/generic beyond the pale. I didn't even remember that any famous actors (Shatner etc.) were in it--I thought it was all unknowns. Of all movies from back then I'd like to see again, at least in excerpt...this is one I figure I'm just fine losing all memory of, for keeps. Yep, even more than mid-70s ultra- obscuranties like "The Wonder of It All," "Echoes of a Summer" and "The Teasers Go to Paris," to mention a few.
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