Based on the life of Kitty O'Neil, a young girl who overcame her deafness to become one of the top stuntwomen in Hollywood, and the holder of the women's land-speed record for driving a rocket-powered racing car.
"Table Settings" was part of a series of stage plays that HBO broadcast in the early 80s. (Others included "Vanities" and "Barefoot in the Park.") This comedy is about three generations of ... See full synopsis »
I love this movie so much and I have ever since I watched it multiple times on HBO in the 1980's. The acting in it is so wonderful, the characters are created in a way that you are drawn into their lives and you become part of the story and feel what they are feeling.
Please, either play this on HBO again and notify interested parties, or better than that, bring this film out on DVD. It is such a shame that it has sat on a shelf all these years and denied the viewing of thousands of people that this film could help.
I rank this film up there with all of the gay classics. I think you have my point by now so I will stop hounding you. Just Please put this film on DVD, you would make a few bucks, and a lot of loyal fans happy. Thanks
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