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Free to Be... You & Me (1974)

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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »
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Herself - Host
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Himself
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Baby Boy (voice)
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Herself
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The Principal (voice)
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Herself / Young Girl
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Himself (as Rosey Grier)
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Himself / Young Boy
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Himself
Bobby Morse ...
Dudley Pippin (voice)
The New Seekers ...
Themselves
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Himself
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Herself
The Voices of East Harlem ...
Themselves
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mango | vanity | tiger | king | fairy tale | See All (31) »


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Trivia

Final work (voice-over) of Billy De Wolfe. See more »

Quotes

Roberta Flack: [singing] Well I don't care if I'm pretty at all.
Michael Jackson: [singing] And I don't care if I never get tall.
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Connections

Referenced in Kyle XY: Free to Be You and Me (2007) See more »

Soundtracks

Free To Be... You & Me
Written by Stephen Lawrence and Bruce Hart
Performed by The New Seekers
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Good for generations to come
22 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I got this record when my children were young. They danced to the music and learned every word of every song. I recently went on line and bought the CD for my grandchildren. What do you know! They are dancing to the music and have learned every word of every song. The songs are as important to kids today as they were long ago. Thank you. My grandson, who is 8 especially likes the song "It's alright to cry." His Dad has taught him that boys don't cry (His Dad is from Texas). He is pretty sensitive so he is going to have his Dad listen to this CD. My granddaughter prefers "Ladies First" because of the irony. My own children love being able to share this with their children.


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