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Un bambino di nome Gesù (1987)
A full fabrication but still kind of cute.
Yes as we well know Jesus didn't really perform a first miracle until the wedding at Cana as well the way Jesus was even responding to his own Mother saying something "What Concern might that be of mine?"Then she said to the men "Go fill Jugs with water and do as he says."Then he had turned the water into wine.
However it's still a cute presentation of Jesus as a child performing miracles like Turning clay pigeons into real pigeons and putting his hands into the water to make fish multiply as he would as a grown up multiply the fish and the bread in the baskets.A certain man seen throughout this movie was suspicious of him being the child who missed a certain unspeakable time,of which I just can't specify, and survives it.
Anyhow all in all you've just got to watch and enjoy this for yourself sometime without me giving too much away about it.
I saw this at Christmastime of 1989 on my local Channel 25 movie presentation.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste" of Framingham,MA USA .
Gay Purr-ee (1962)
How I recall
Yes This is a great cartoon of which I'd first seen on Thanksgiving Saturday night of 1975.
I even mistook The title for Gay Paree a.k.a./ or gay Pari.
It's a very well made Cartoon.
It only takes a few words to tell because there are few and far between to say about it or as the french may say eet.
Jaune Tom makes a great character as you'll see.
Judy Garland does a great voice supplementation too.
Check out Chuck Jones' book Chuck Amuck too.
Jaune Tom is interesting with his talent(s) too.
Cordially,Stephen"Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste" of Framingham,MA.USA
Punch Drunks (1934)
It packs a punch with power.
Right from the start with Larry is fiddling the "weasle" tune that vibrates Curly to k.o. everyone in sight and then Moe grabs Larry by the hair saying "Come with us we're now a corporation."Then all of the scenes of Curly winning a by a k.o. and This is even how Curly get's the name of K.O. Bossey for his boxer's name.
Contrary to many people's beliefs this is their second short subject feature while the first is Women Hater's.
Yes these are the features that hey did without their boss,Ted Healy
Coitainly,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste"of Framingham,MA.USA
Battlestar Galactica (1978)
A Movie of which only is an additional episode to The TV-Show
Yes As Movie reviewers in Rating The Movies tell its just a movie that's an additional adventure to The TV-Series of which was not too hot to begin with.However it's also in The Tradition of both The 1966 Batman Theater of which was a follow-up to The TV show that had inspired it.Also in the tradition of The X-files Movie that The TV- show of the same name had inspired.
My Mom Mary E.(Garvey) Baer thought it was so funny hearing the people on board the spaceship saying yearns instead of years.Then My Older Brother J.Kevin said to her"It's just their way of saying years."
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste" of Framingham,MA.USA
As I've also told on IMDb before J.Kevin came up with Ste for me being just a year older than me and unable to say Stephen at the time and of which is why I couldn't be brought up to prefer Stephen.
Battlestar Galactica (1978)
It has an interesting theme that has with variances and mixed reviews too.
Yes it's very well put as my Mother Mary E.(Garvey)Baer put it "People who like it like it allot but most people don't."She even told how there was this Priest at Stonehill College who just so that he could finish watching Battlestar Galactica Changed The 9:00pm Mass to the 9:10 pm Mass.My sister Maureen who was The first of 6 siblings of mine out of all 9 to go to Stonehill.
It has Special very good effects and as Some people might put it like my sister Denise did "I swear it's just like Starwars."She was the 3rd of 6 siblings to go to Stonehill The others going down the line were Kevin,Denise,Michelle and Jenny.Karen went to Tufts and Mark and I went to Framingham State.I went to Massbay too.
Also to think as I read elsewhere on This IMDb site George Lucas The Producer of Star Wars had turned involvement in it down.
Before Galactica 1980 would come next year a theater Movie of Battlestar Galactica would come next.In The Book of Rating The Movies they'd even tell how The Movie was inspired by the TV show of which wasn't too hot to begin with.So it makes sense why this wasn't too good either.
Possibly, Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste" of Framingham,MA.USA
It packs a punch with power.
Yes what power what might when Larry plays "Pop goes the weasel." on the fiddle something pops inside of Curly so that he can K.O. everyone around.
Curly as the result of this even get's The name of K.O. Bossey. You should even just watch and enjoy this for yourselves time after time to know what power and what punch it packs.
This is The 2nd Three Stooges feature of their series of Columbia Pictures Shorts as well as outside of their time with their old time Boss of Ted Healy. I first recall seeing this in The Wintertime of 1972 and shortly after the New Year too.
There first of course is "Women Haters."But others elsewhere on this site of IMDb think that this feature of Punch Drunks is there first feature and no wonder because it's got The best recognition.
Coitainly, Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste" of Framingham,MA,USA
Galactica 1980 (1980)
It's The only way to make another season fly.
Yes Just when Battlestar Galactica got canceled after one season The only way to take it any further was to have them achieve their goal to find earth many years later and with among other things Boxy being grown up as Captain Troy.Having a 14 year old boy with a British accent who's equivalent to a Wiseman and even played by 2 different actors as I'd read in a Sci-Fi TV book.We still see Lord Commander Adama who's looking the same as before.Two Spacemen chased by cops in a police and get way from them when their motor cycles turn into sky cycles with the cops getting out to look at them fly way into the sky.The Star children who discover their superpowers on earth and their capacities to jump high into the sky and spread seeds for planting and even get to be the winning baseball team.Yes I liked this better than the first season.Because among other reasons you can experience The Gilligan's Island theme more than once too often til you've had it even more than up to here in this they achieve their goal to find earth and stay while if you've seen "Rescue from Gilligan's Island." it's first presented in 2 halves of which if you see the first half first it's as my Sister Maureen said it's bad enough i saw the second half first of which is more tolerable than the first even though you know how it's going to go by their planning to launch the 2nd Minnow.this is exactly why they originally presented it in 2 halves because you just know how it's going to go.
I also liked The Halloween Episode for how a Bad Human and Cylon made it to earth at Halloween time and the outcome too.
As I also read this ends with among other things The return of Starbuck.
Truthfully,Stephen 'Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste" of Framingham,Ma.
When Television Was Young (1977)
This is a Great TV Special from 1977.
Yes how I recall first seeing this Special both when it first came out in 1977 as well as when I also got to see it again in My America Thru Media Class in 1985.Also at this time how it got cut off before it was finished.
How I even recall first seeing the ad for this in which we also see Howdy Doody saying "Howdy doody kids?"As it's also seen in this Special when we watch this.We also get to Ralph and Norton singing together in which it might have been their most peaceful time together. We also get to see an early clip of Captain Kangaroo in which after they play the opening music and he puts in the last puzzle piece he then introduces himself and tells how he gets his name because of his big pockets in his coat. We also get to see Frank Sinatra;Sammy Davis Jr.;and that singer Peggy Lee singing "You give me fever." We also get to see Arthur Godfrey,John F.Kennedy;Charles Kuralt;and Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. We also see various Commercial Clips too.It's a Great follow-up too.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste" of Framingham,MA,USA
Super Friends (1973)
A Comedy Adventure Series among other Possibilities.
Yes in giving credit where it's due this was acknowledged in the TV Guide as a Comedy Adventure Series.
For among the reasons as you'll see when watching it too. When in Episode:one Superman is in an arm wrestling match with Marvin and one Super Friend after the other asks if they should help Superman and upon agreeing Marvin then runs and jumps into midair and is floating above.
Also in Episode #1 Batman says "Robin,Superman,Aquaman to The Batmobile."of which is very heart touching because of that famous quote from the 1960's TV-Show and 7 years later when I saw in the comic of World's Finest #90 this similar scene in which Superman is Flying The Batmobile with Batman,Robin,and Batwoman in it.
Also in this first episode we see Superman flying some Super Friends as passengers in 2 of hands and maybe one on his back and saying he's flying them as he said courtesy of Superman Airlines.in one hand as I recall he's holding Batman with Wendy in his lap.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste" of Framingham,MA USA
Super Friends: The Power Pirate (1973)
This episode is very heart touching among other possibilities.
The Show at The Hall of Justice opens with Superman and Marvin arm wrestling and one SuperFriend after the other asking id they should help Superman then they agree and then Marvin runs and makes a Super leap and is levitating in midair.
Yes What's Heart touching among other possibilities in this episode is when to reflect the quote of which we well know from the 1960's Batman TV Show as follows when Batman says"Robin,Superman,Aquaman to the Batmobile."Then Superman flies the 3 Passengers to The sight of what might be The Grand Coulee Dam.There they meet up with WonderWoman, Wendy,Marvin,and WonderDog. We also see how WonderWoman falls down a waterfall then Batman Says"I'll get her."then upon doing so she thanks him.
It was in World's Finest #90 that Superman Flew Batman,Robin,and Batwoman in the Batmobile and when I saw this it reminded me of that scene in the Super Friends as mentioned above.
Back to The episode it opens up with an Alien from outer space who transforms himself into the likeness of the skier of whom he sees after taking a fall and he comments on how he looks like him and he then goes to the Hospital Later on Superman Flies some Super Fiends including in one hand Batman with Wendy in his lap maybe one on his back and and others in the other hand saying he's taking them via Superman Airlines.
These are examples of how like in the top paragraph as in the 2nd and 3rd paragraph how this is a comedy adventure series When in the 1976- 1977 TV Season at this time that they reran it they even show how these one hour episodes can easily be edited to half hour episodes.Then later that year in The Fall they came out with "The All new Super Friends Hour."
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste" of Framingham,MA USA
The Galloping Gourmet (1968)
Great Entertainment as well as Great Nostalgia.
Yes even as a Little kid anyone can enjoy this as I did back in The Summer of 1972.How I also recall watching this on my Local Ch.56 in Boston,Ma.
Graham Kerr's entertaining moves of which he'd used to make his cooking show even more enlightening may have just as much made the show as he did as a cook himself.
It was at 12:30pm on weekdays that I'd see this show.I'm also glad to read of his follow-ups online whether here on IMDb sites or any of the other sites alike.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste" of Framingham,MA USA.
Davey and Goliath: To the Rescue (1975)
One of a kind & The Summer of 1975.
Yes How I recall this very Special from The Summer of 1975 and how no sooner had my Father,Jack,My Older Brother Kevin,my Younger Brother Mark and I had arrived at The Brickyard Mountain Inn in Laconia,NH and turned on The TV that this Summer Special was on and I even said "Sally's fat."Yes and so was her friend of which makes it funny because "Why should they switch to these dolls when all they had to do was use the old ones?"I even told this to my 2nd of my younger Sisters,Denise & had even asked Mark isn't this true and he then said "Oh yes Denise that's right up in Laconia when we watched Davey and Goliath Sally was fat and so was her friend."
Apparently this hasn't come on to Youtube as of yet but if we can look it up on line how to get it there then it just might help.
Sadly both Producers Art and Ruth Clokey are no longer with us.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste" of Framingham.MA USA
I got Ste as the result of my older Brother J.Kevin being a year older than me and unable to say Stephen at the time.
The Best Little Kids Bostonian Cowboy Show of all time.
If you were a local Mass.native it was a show that lasted for so many years it did make every young kids Saturday & Sunday Mornings alike.Starting off as 3 hours on each of those days and on the weekends and sadly even when the original Boomtown on WBZ-TV 4 still had kids waiting on back up for 2 years it had to be canceled after 18 years to make way for network television.But the "Howdy there folks we're glad to meet you" theme song is/was very catchy as well as enjoyable.Along with the Hoofbeats song of which was sung by Rex with the footage of which would bridge the gap from the bunkhouse to Where he'd meet the kids.
The Latter day version of Boomtown seen on WXNE-Ch.25 however didn't have the same flare as a prerecorded show that the original WBZ-TV 4 version did as a live TV-Show.
Pick up a copy of both versions of Rex Trailer's Boomtown:The Movie a.k.a. Rex Trailer's Gold DVD then you'll not only see me in it but get a real feel for the Nostalgia too.Also pick up a copy of the book of Rex Trailer:The Boomtown Years.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste"of Framingham,Ma.USA. P.S.
When I got to see Rex on June 21,1998 for the first time in 21 Years since The Ca.Trip which I went on with him from February 19-26 in 1977.I mentioned this to him there at The Joe Val Blue Grass Festival and he said to me "Yes I thought you looked familiar."Upon asking to sign my Rex Trailer:The Boomtown Years Book he asked after seeing my Check how I wanted him to sign it to Stephen or Steve? Then I said to him "Ste,S-t- e and how my older brother Kevin came up with it being a year older than me and unable to say the whole thing at the time and of which is why I couldn't be brought up to prefer Stephen."
Captain Spanky's Show Boat (1939)
Many Great Talents!
Yes There are many cute scenes like that of Grey Beauty The Horse. However Alalfa's singing as I agree with another review is very irritating too however it still manages to stream into an interesting aspect of American History too.
Butch and Woim always make a great pair of Trouble Makers too they get free passes both because Butch can't sing due to there already being enough singers & though Woim wants to turn the free tickets down Butch accepts them with a plan of his own but without giving too much away watch to see how it turns out.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste" of Framingham,Ma.USA
The Mighty Hercules (1963)
It's a great cartoon & not just for the fun of Nostalgia's sake.
Yes It was this very cartoon of which had sparked my enthusiasm for Greco-Roman Mythology.
I was first acquainted with this cartoon by watching it on both Saturday and Sunday Mornings on Boomtown of which is a Classic Little Kids Cowboy Show seen on Boston Television and lasted for so many years.It Starred The Cowboy named Rex Trailer.
Johnny Nash sings the theme song well too.It's catchy for nostalgia's sake too. So each time in a classroom when Greco-Roman Mythology was covered I was the one to participate the most of anyone in the class.
When I first heard The Story of Daedelus and his Son Icarus it reminded me of The Daedelus in the Cartoon of whom looked nothing like this one.
Truthfully, Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste" of Framingham,Ma.USA
Bewitched like it's name is how it's attractions cast spells on many fans.
Yes it starts off enchanting and entrancing but like any show that might overstay its welcome that might be why?
It remakes one episode twice and others maybe once?Like The Thrice made Benson Sleep Easy Mattress episode once in B/W with Dick York once in Color with Dick York and once more in Color with Dick Sargent.
One episode with Dick York in B/W and the other in color of Dick Sargent Re:The Theme of which he said "I can't be in 2 places at once."
As A source I'd read indicated With The Loss of Dick York as Darrin it began to sink in the ratings.Dick York had to leave when he fell down on the set and had to be carried away on a stretcher.So it went Darrin Free for a # of episodes including The Witch trial episode in which Samantha,Tabitha,Serena,& Uncle Arthur were stripped of their Powers by The Witches Council But when Samantha pointed out saying "You can take my powers away but I'll still be a witch." Endora then said "Samantha!"then she said Have you not forgotten The time of The Witch Trials of Salem and those mortals that got the blame for what we did?" Then that got the Witches Council to return their powers. But then only to eventually have to be true to the Witch Wife and Mortal Husband Premise they had to get a new Darrin eventually.Also as I'd heard on an A&E follow up originally Dick Sargent who'd succeed Dick York was also originally up for the Part of Darrin but wasn't available at the time.Many People like this one person I know were fooled but not me.I had even liked the 2nd Darrin better than the first because of how he was not Whiny even though as my Mom said he's supposed to be but instead he's depressed and opposing.But anyone can only imagine how different the show would be if Dick Sargent was available for the role on in 1964 and have it til its end in 1972 & maybe beyond?It was said that Elizabeth Montgomery turned down a 9th Season to short and to this point take of time from acting +. Yes we also know other shows that last an average of 9 Seasons Bewitched Didn't last that last long but nearly did and then fell short.I also liked the episode in which the 2nd Darrin had outsmarted Endora When she said "There's a mortal somewhere in this house find him and turn him into a Mouse." Then as it turned out Darrin had stepped out through the back door and his guest got turned into a mouse instead.
Enchantingly,Stephen"Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste"of Framingham,Ma.USA.
P.S. Like through any Magic and/or gift of gab I got Ste as The result of my Big Brother J.Kevin being a year older than me and unable to say Stephen at the time as I'd told from time to time and here online.
It's well remade and well recreated appearance but it still has a dumb Premise.
Yes All The Actors including The Real Witches who play "Witches." resemble the actors and Witches of whom's roles they reprise but it's still a dumb premise.The Magic just doesn't cast the same spell that the original show's magic does.But you might still like I did in the theater but go see it to check it out on DVD.As it was heard The original surviving cast were close to doing a "Bewitched Reunion Special" But Turned it down because as Erin Murphy who played "Tabitha" had told me They were close but first Elizabeth turned it down then She did next because after looking at the Script they found out that it just wasn't very good.Which is why Elizabeth Montgomery even told the interviewer(s) at People Magazine."I'd Never do it again because it's already been done and I did it but I did hear one hysterical idea,Penny Marshal talked about remaking it with Billy Crystal and Meryl Streep and Dame Edna Everage as Endora." Yes Penny Marshal did produce this Movie.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste" of Framingham,Ma.USA
Nanny and the Professor (1970)
Limited for a time in being liked and appreciated.
My Mom,Mary said it got canceled for being too much of a takeoff on Mary Poppins I then told My Older Brother J.Kevin this and he then had said to me "Oh no People liked it but it got too silly."Also then as I added to that "Too quickly."Then my Mom agreed to that last part that I'd added to it.
At first it was on Friday night and sandwiched between "The Brady Bunch"and"The Partridge Family."But then for the following season it switched to Monday Nights and got canceled half way through the TV Season.
Then The Following 2 Falls all of the cast would get to reunite to supply their voices for 2 one hour cartoon features on The abc Saturday Superstar Movie.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste"of Framingham,Ma.
P.S. As I've told before on this site I got Ste as The result of My Older Brother J.Kevin,who's mentioned above,being a year older than me and unable to say Stephen at the time and of which is why I couldn't be brought up to prefer Stephen.
Aliens in America (2007)
Entertaining and funny but still had a limited premise of which is why it got canceled quickly too.
It's no surprise that it got canceled because it had a limited premise both with the focus on Islam as well as how the Pakistani boy gets to see another country with a whole other meaning.
He and The Christian family that he stays with get to learn each others different ethnic back grounds and share them but this is still one very good example of how even this premise is very limited and of which is why it to no surprise had gotten canceled when it had and within a short span of time too.
Among the other examples of shows with limited premises because of there being 2 different ethnic backgrounds are as follows: Mr.T.and Tina;Bridget loves Bernie;Chicken Soup;and Brooklyn Bridge.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. of Framingham,Ma.USA
An Alien Life Form that's what ALF stands for.
Yes How I recall in The Fall of 1986 when this had first come out and ALF is really initials for Alien life form.Later when I saw ALF Comics and on the cover with Willie in a space ship Alf telling his fellow People It's an Alien Life Form.Also how much my Older Brother J.Kevin liked this and even got an Alf Doll of which was during that same year at Christmastime.Then The following year we'd see a Talking Alf while Kevin's was just a plain stuffed one.He might not have him any more because when he was shortly approaching the age of 32 and shortly after The New year of 1994 that was when he decided it was about time to give up on stuffed animals because as I just said above and as he said in other words he's getting to be 32.He's also the one of whom I'd mentioned before here on this IMDb site the one of whom came up with Ste for me when he Couldn't say Stephen.
Back to "ALF" itself whether or not it was Brian a.k.a."B."as his Dad Willie had addressed him who came up with Alf for him meaning Alien Life Form and to give him an Earthly name too?But we can do our own researches here and online too.
On one episode a Couple from Alf's old world landed on Earth and offered to take him with them but he then turned them down deciding that he'd gotten used to the Tanners and liked them better.
This served as a first clue that like "Gilligan's Island if there was a rescue then there wouldn't be a show.Then later they had a Gilligan's Island themed episode and after I discussed with My Brother Kevin how these are both shows of which if there was a rescue there wouldn't be a show.Then I showed him this episode in the TV Guide of which we had previously discussed this theme and I said to him "Prophetic right?" Then he said "Yes,ridiculous because it's a very ironic comparison."
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste" of Framingham,MA. USA
As I've told before here on The IMDb site J.Kevin came up with Ste for me when he couldn't say Stephen and being a Year older than me and of which is why I couldn't be brought up to prefer Stephen.
ALF: Somewhere Over the Rerun (1987)
A blend of 2 Shows of which if there was a rescue then there wouldn't be a show.
Yes One Time I was talking with my Older Brother J.Kevin about how ALF and Gilligan's Island are both shows of which if there was a rescue then there wouldn't be a show.I then Showed him the follow-up of this episode in The TV Guide with the Picture of Alf with the 4 Castaways who appeared in the episode and then I said to him how before we were both talking about how "ALF" and "Gilligan's Island are both shows of which if there was a rescue then there wouldn't be show I then said "Prophetic right?"Then he Said "Yes ridiculous!"I mentioned this to him on a latter day and how we had that discussion and he said "Yes and then they put the 2 shows together."I said how he even said "Ridiculous." Then he said "Yes because it's a very ironic comparison."Also what brought this up was how when This Couple from Alf's world came to visit him and he could've gone with them but he decided instead to stay with The Tanners.Meaning the show would've stopped there if ALF got Rescued. In this episode it also showed how The Castaways hadn't done this that and the other thing for 23 years.But when all doesn't agree we can just call it a parallel earth story.Like in "Rescue from Gilligan's Island" when The Castaways didn't get back to the other things from the original show's run like both The Fake Mr.Howell who got away with the real Mr.Howell's wallet before returning to the mainland.Also Eva Grub of whom signed the note in conclusion signed "The New Ginger Grant."But one thing this show does agree with was from "The Castaways on Gilligan's Island."When upon returning to The Island later they'd turn it into a Vacation Resort to make the most of having come back.While in this they never got off the Island and Ginger and The Howell's As The Skipper said Started one on the other side of the Island and then asked Alf "How do you know about us?"Yes this was a dream sequence of which resulted in Alf falling to sleep after turning the Tanners backyard into Gilligan's Island to make it more like a paradise of which he told Mr.Tanner and then was told by him not just to undo what he did but that it's not what he thought and at the end of the dream sequence by Mr.Tanner from the TV of which the skipper pointed to saying "Oh look let's watch TV and here's the Show of which is called "The Tanners."Yes With Mr.Tanner saying "I thought you said Gilligan's Island was a paradise."Then Alf said "Okay so I was wrong."After which he then awoke from that dream.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste"of Framingham,MA USA
P.S. As any of you recall from reading any of my reviews from before it was my Older Brother J.Kevin who came up with Ste for me and being a year older than me and unable to say Stephen at the time and of which was why I couldn't be brought up to prefer Stephen.
P.P.S. Whether written as ALF of which on The Show was a coinage of Alien Life form or Alf you can't go wrong and his real name is Gordon Chumway and pronounced Shumway if I recall right and I'll check out which show/ episode that it was mentioned in and whether or not it was Brian? Yes Brian a.k.a. "B."as his Dad Willie sometimes addressed him as.
It's Quite Enlightening and Enjoyable.
Yes Gene Wilder does perform in a great lead role both singing as well as acting alike.
As The Narrator for the Ad for this in The 1971 had even said The Things in this movie that Happen are incredible.
As you watch for yourself you even get to as much enjoy this as you get to catch on to a # of things.
Watch also for Jack Albertson as Grampa George and before he was made famous as Ed in "Chico and The Man."
If you're familiar with the book before seeing this you can see the similarities too like when in this Veruca is a bad egg instead of a bad nut.The Egg-dicator of which she stands on is activated to dispense her for being a bad nut.Then her Father says "Wait Sweetheart Daddy is coming."Yes even though she'd been a headache to him all of the days of her life.Wanting everything but then after riding in Wonka's boat in conclusion changed her mind saying "Daddy I don't want a boat like this."In The Book Veruca was to The Squirrels a bad nut as they had found out after gnawing on her and so they then had dispensed with her.Just Watch The Movie called Charlie and the chocolate Factory and you'll see how it's more consistent to the book but that this is still even more enlightening and enjoyable.As I told for that film's review here on IMDb along with to also prove it went quickly to a 4 DVD pack.
Truthfully,Stephen"Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste of Framingham,Ma.USA.
As I've also told on this site before that I get Ste as the result of my Big Brother J.Kevin being a year older than me and unable to say Stephen at the time and which is also why I couldn't be brought up to prefer Stephen.Also any one else you know of addressing himself as Ste before or after you heard of me the chances are he copied me.
Consistent to the book but still not as enlightening as The Gene Wilder Version.
Yes exactly this is consistent to the Book Title and all but The Gene Wilder Version is/was and always still be more enlightening.Not just because it is but This version has immediately gone to a 4 DVD Set.
This version has some musical tidbits here and there of which may make it a little bit enlightening but it still it just isn't anywhere nearly as good as The Gene Wilder version of "Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory." One example in consistency to the book is that There are squirrels who after gnawing on Veruca find that she's a bad nut and so they then had dispensed with her.While in the Gene Wilder Movie they have Golden Geese and Veruca was a bad egg and upon standing on the Egg-dictator gets rejected for being a bad egg and so then her Father follows to catch up with her.Upon being asked a question Wonka then says that that very incinerator is only lit every other day and so they may have a good sporting chance.
Freddie Highhmore as Charlie and Johnny Depp as Willa Wonka do another great teaming like they Did in "Finding Neverland."As The boy named Peter and J.M.Barrie.Each of whom were The Inspiration for the Play of"Peter Pan."of which later got to became a book.J.M. Barrie wrote the story and The Boy Peter who he knew was possibly the inspiration for first name of the character of Peter Pan but as you'll see in this movie they each expressed that each other were more Peter Pan like than the other.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a "Ste" of Framingham,MA,USA.
That Girl (1966)
It has both a nice & catchy title as well as Theme song but the premise and or plot is not too good.
Yes the theme we see is that it starts out presenting that she doesn't want to ever get married because if she did chances are that she'd have to become a housewife.But by The TV Series' end She that is Ann Marie and Don do get married.Also as I read in People Magazine both Reunion Movies "That Girl Today." and "That Woman." were in The Works but then sadly Ted Bessel who played Don Passed away at the age of 64 years old.These I know really would have each been something and whether or not something else too..
The Openings are always cute with the questions in conclusion saying "That Girl."Then leading to the catchy theme song then a few seasons to follow don't have the theme song being sung but just the theme music being played.
Among the stuff that might be meant to be funny might be When"That Girl." upon being asked her name and she says "Ann Marie." Then is asked "Ann Marie What?" Then she say "No it's Just Ann Marie and my Father is Lou Marie."
But you might still for any reason like for the fun of Nostalgia's sake play these Episodes and Openings on Youtube and/or Hulu.
Truthfully,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste" of Framingham,Ma.USA
As I've told on IMDb before I get Ste as The Result of my Big Brother J.Kevin being a year older that me and unable to say Stephen at the time.
Also chances are if anyone out there heard of another Ste before or after me then chances are he copied me.
In My Gym Class in The 9th grade and sometime after The New Year of 1979 when The Gym Teacher was doing a demo for square dancing and in conclusion saying something like we'll match up This Boy with This Girl.Meaning yes I was That Boy and that she was That Girl.
She always see's The Sea Monsters
Yes Mrs B.Eddles always see's the Sea Monsters and this just about equivalent to Mrs.Gladys Kravitz Seeing all of the Hocus Pocus by Samantha and the other witches going on but by the time her Husband,Mr.Abner Kravitz looks these happenings have switched.Back to this episode.However in this episode Zelda see's Sigmund and his Brothers when the previous 2 times she hadn't.It was also in this episode that Zelda told the Boys and remember don't ring Mrs.Eddles' bell she'll kill you.Sigmund didn't know this and after fooling Zelda he thought he was all set but then after reading her name beside the front door he thought she'd seem like a nice lady but then when he did and she answered that's what made her scream "You scared the daylights out of me!"Later She and Zelda got their brooms to whack and scare away Sigmund and his 2 brothers Blurp and Slurp.
As Sigmund got scared away with his Brothers in taking advantage of this they brought him home to call into the contest that he'd won.They made him accept the prizes after he turned them down for donations then Johnny and Scott show up in costumes to scare the family members out and then Sigmund upon being asked to leave then says "just wait one second." Then calls up saying how he'd like to donate those prizes and meaning in conclusion since he didn't live there with the family they wouldn't do him any good.Later Johnny said to Scott "Boy this one Halloween,I'll never forget."
Hauntingly,Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a."Ste"of Framingham,Ma.USA