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Everybody Rides the Carousel (1975)

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Alvin Epstein ...
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Judith Coburn ...
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Ray Hubley ...
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Lou Jacobi ...
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Eleanor Wilson ...
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Georgia Hubley ...
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Linda Washburn ...
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Maura Washburn ...
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Michael Washburn ...
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Emily Hubley ...
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Bruce E. Smith ...
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Jane E. Smith ...
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Leeds Atkinson ...
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31 July 1987 (Finland)  »

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Based on psychologist Erik H. Erickson's theory of the eight stages of development. See more »

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Marvelous, unusual, rare
16 September 2002 | by (New England) – See all my reviews

What a film. Done in watercolors, with great jazz music (by Dizzy Gillepsie, among others) this details the "ride of a lifetime," how people develop from birth to death. It's based on Erik Erikson's "8 Ages of Man" and is the type of film one doesn't see anymore, either in the western hemisphere or Europe...Lovely film, good for everyone. One more comment: It's a work of art. See it and see if I am exaggerating!


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