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Song of the Younger World/The Girl I Married 

Song of the Younger World: In the early 20th century, reform school inmate Tanner Smith tempts fate by falling in love with puritanical Warden Mordecai Hawkline's daughter Amy. The Girl I Maried: Middle-aged corporate lawyer Ira Richman misses young Valerie, the girl he married twenty years ago and is surprised to see her materialize.

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Peter Kowanko ...
Tanner Smith (segment "Song of the Younger World") (as Pete Kowanko)
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Hoakie (segment "Song of the Younger World")
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Amy Hawkline (segment "Song of the Younger World")
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Mordecai Hawkline (segment "Song of the Younger World")
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Valerie Richman (segment "The Girl I Married")
James Whitmore Jr. ...
Ira Richman (segment "The Girl I Married")
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Marvin Weingrod (segment "The Girl I Married")
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Song of the Younger World: In the early 20th century, reform school inmate Tanner Smith tempts fate by falling in love with puritanical Warden Mordecai Hawkline's daughter Amy. The Girl I Maried: Middle-aged corporate lawyer Ira Richman misses young Valerie, the girl he married twenty years ago and is surprised to see her materialize.

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Dumb and Dumber
1 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

I just found both of these episodes to be silly. The first involves a young woman living with a fundamentalist father. She falls for a reform school boy who seems to have a couple screws loose. He has this weird fixation on her that is almost nutty. She falls immediately in love with him and they act on things, even though the boy may be killed. Then there's something about wolves mating for life and it gets really stupid after that. Next we have an eighties couple who met in the sixties. Their marriage seems mundane but happy. They eventually meet their doppelgangers from their era with all the sixties slang and bunk (they are utter stereotypes and hence have little substance). So they start meeting these versions of their spouses and it's just so precious. I don't know, but each episode has no juice.


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