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The Girl, the Gold Watch & Dynamite (1981)

A magical watch that can stop time becomes the focal point in a land swindle.

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Bonnie Lee Beaumont
Philip MacHale ...
Kirby Winter
Burton Gilliam ...
Hoover Hess III
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Wilma Farnham
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Seth Beaumont
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Sheriff Earl Baker
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Deputy Henry Thomas Watts
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Amos
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Old Farmer
Lyle Alzado ...
Mamie
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Sarah Ann Beaumont
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Omar Krepps
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Wesley Reins
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Stella Walker
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Andrew Stovall
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In this sequel to The Girl, the Gold Watch & Everything, down-on-his-luck Kirby Winter inherits a floundering business, and the magical gold watch which can stop time. But his wedding plans with Bonnie Lee Beaumont are interrupted when her mother phones them to help her save her family farm from a nasty land developer - using the gold watch's powers. Written by Anonymous

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Fantasy | Comedy

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21 May 1981 (USA)  »

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El chico del reloj de oro  »

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Tom Poston makes a brief appearance as watch inventor Uncle Omar. Poston played the lead in Zotz! (1962), which had a coin that could stop time. See more »

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References Tomorrow Coast to Coast (1973) See more »

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2 January 2006 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

Just wanted to point out that the previous poster (who mentioned Robert Hays and Pam Dawber) was actually referring to the movie "The Girl, The Gold Watch, And Everything". This movie ("...And Dynamite") is the sequel to the Pam Dawber movie (she isn't in this one). While the original TV movie is better, they're both enjoyable pieces of adolescent fluff, particularly for those of us who grew up in the late seventies and early eighties. I was lucky enough to see them both in their first broadcasts, but sadly I could never find the first one again. It seemed like they ran "...And Dynamite" all the time (probably because of Morgan Fairchild). But not the first one.


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