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Arthur Allan Seidelman
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[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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The End of the World
Music by Arthur Kent
Words by Sylvia Dee
Published by Music Sales Corp. and Edward Proffitt Music
Performed by Holly Fields
Produced by Carl Schurtz and Redge Mahaffey See more »
This film is about average,shy new college freshman Haim starting college in the 1960s he's got the specs the black hair to look like a comlete geek but has encouragment from his friends Keith Coogan (DONT TELL MOM THE BABYSITTERS DEAD)who gets Haim enough courage to ask Joyce(AMI DOLENZ) out on a date and they get it together they face for the first time trust and the responsibility of caring for someone and sharing with them their feelings not Haim's best film but hey the producers didn't even have enough money to release it in ENGLAND so why bother reading the review if only one country can watch it.
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