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Now and Then (1995)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 20 October 1995 (USA)
Four 12-year-old girls grow up together during an eventful small-town summer in 1970.

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Grandma Albertson
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Wiladene
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Bud Kent
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Mrs. DeWitt
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Roberta, Teeny, Samantha and Chrissy have been busy growing up, but they always remembered the promise they made to be there for each other. Now they're together again to relive the greatest summer of their lives. Written by Anonymous

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In every woman there is the girl she left behind.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Rated PG-13 for adolescent sex discussions | See all certifications »

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20 October 1995 (USA)  »

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The Gaslight Addition  »

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

JPY 10,796,000 (Japan) (15 November 1996)

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$27,400,000 (USA)
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The drive-in movie that Teeny is watching before she and Sam try out the treehouse is Love Story (1970). See more »

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Plate of cookies jumps from table to tray. See more »

Quotes

Scott: Uh, Roberta, canIkissyou?
Roberta: What are you mumbling?
Scott: Uh, would it be all right... can I kiss you?
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Features Dark Shadows (1966) See more »

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Mexican Highway
Performed by Syd Dale
Written by Syd Dale
Courtesy of Associated Production Music
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22 August 1998 | by (Eastern Canada) – See all my reviews

A further exploration of the territory adroitly mapped out by Rob Reiner previously in Stand By Me. The female perspective was refreshingly truthful. These 2 films would make great double feature viewing, however Reiner's has fewer clichés.


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