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Steven A. Miller
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Although filming took place in Richmond, Virginia, the horse-drawn carriage ride took place in Worcester, Massachusetts. See more »
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You sure he didn't recognize you? Maybe he did but, because he's boinking your boss, he didn't want to let on that he knew you in front of her.
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The Holly and the Ivy
Performed By: UNKNOWN - Not listed on credits
Traditional, music first published by Cecil J. Sharp, arranged by H. Walford Davies
[Incorrectly credited as written by Tim Renwick (PRS)]
Published by Bruton APM (ASCAP)
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A delightful movie. Excellent production, acting, direction, cinematography etc. Laura Breckenridge is adorable. (I fell in love with her.) Some of the writing seemed a bit of a stretch. Especially the justifications Wendy repeatedly gave her friends, as to why she couldn't tell Adam "that was her in the elevator". Oh and it was also a stretch that Wendy could tolerate her boss! No doubt the worst part of the movie from a production standpoint was the lip sync carolers. As a singer, I found the scene -- when the elevator doors opened -- painful to watch, and I can't imagine that anyone connected with this project is happy with how it turned out. The best part of the movie was the last three minutes and I would have loved to see more (than just a newspaper clipping).
P.S. Thumbs up to Elizabeth Rohm for her restrained and yet over-the-top supporting role performance.
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