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David J. Phillips,
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Christopher Michael Moore,
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C. Thomas Howell,
[Joy and Ramsy sit outside of Ryan Hall in each other's caress as they listen to the afternoon bells]
The chimes sound nice.
Yeah, they do. I've gotten used to them.
Sometimes we take nice things for granted.
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Never Wore Glasses
Written by Louis Mandylor and Harris Frankou
Published by Johnny Forever Songs
Performed by Harris Frankou See more »
Interesting, but liked the location more than the movie
This was a typical low budget flick, but it was shot at University of Maryland one summer while I was working on campus. It's been about 7 yrs since I saw it at a screening on campus, but it was really campy. If you are a UM grad, it's great for the purpose of nostalgia, but not much else.
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