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Based on the biography of Olive Fredrickson, It tells of her life as a girl, then a trapper's wife and later a widow with three small children surviving under rugged pioneer conditions in ... See full summary »
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The only reason I noticed this show at all was my long term obsession with Lucille Ball and her anxiously awaited return to a new sitcom, however I was disappointed since they had her doing the same old things in her 70's that she did in her 30's...not pretty. So I was more than entertained by the show that followed!! The Ellen Burstyn show was witty, funny and above all showcased the comedic talents of Elaine Stritch! If they had given it a few more episodes or changed the time slot it may have worked, and even though I love Ellen Burstyn and Megan Mulally ,(hello who doesn't), they really were just straight men for Elain...hmm maybe it should have been called "Elaine!". If you can find any of the episodes, watch it with an open mind, I think you will love it!
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