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What do you mean, Graham, regarding the fake British accents (with actor-singer, Dick Van Dyke, I can see as he would have to fake it)...but as for the other actors, they were (especially Julie Andrews), to the best of my knowledge, British.

Hayley was my favorite teen actress, and I loved all her films. Her dad, Sir John Mills, certainly was a terrific actor to boot! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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HI Tammy

Yes Dick Van Dyke although a great actor and entertainer in his own right, gave to me a lousy accent. The film itsellf was tacky, And sorry but most brits dont like the portrayal at all of the whole film.

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Well, Tammy and I did, so there!

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Julia Roberts' Samantha: An American Girl Holiday movie that takes place in 1904 America, based on the popular American Girls dolls, will be airing this coming Tuesday night, November 23rd, on the WB (Warners Brothers) Channel. Be sure to check your local TV Guide listings for the correct time it airs in your area.

If you loved the doll, you will also love this film too. Anna Sophia Robb plays the title role. Also seen in this film, is actress Mia Farrow, as her mother; Kelsey Lewis as "Nellie", Samantha's best friend; and Nadia Tass, an Australian filmmaker directs.



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Thanks for the warning - maybe we need a forum for upcoming Titanic stuff.

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You're welcome, TTF. I also saw Julia Roberts (I love her laugh! She has that kind of laugh that you can safely say--Laugh, and the whole world laughs with you.) talking about this American Girl doll, and her above movie some time back.

I for one, used to buy stuff from AG: such as the hi-top lace-up shoes for my Laura Ingalls doll, and for myself--I have both a black and red pair; a while blouse; and a pattern of a dress of the other dolls.

Which is why I am extremely interested in seeing this film. It should be good. emoticon emoticon

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PBS's Masterpiece Theatre aired the latest version of Eleanor H. Porter's "Pollyanna" last night. This time, Georgina Terry played the title.

I didn't like it too much, for it left me no reason to be glad. Whereas Hayley Mills' 1960 Walt Disney version, left you feeling upbeat and happy, and hungering for more.

I also wondered if Hayley, herself, too saw Georgina's [sign in to see URL] if she too, felt as I did about it.

Also, I might add, that there was indeed a mere mention to Titanic in this PBS version of Pollyanna.

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For anyone looking for a real treat, catch Finding Neverland with Johnny Depp, of POTC fame - well worth a bit of work to find, and starring Kate Winslet.

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wills i must be the only person in the world who has not seen this movie. wills



I highly recommend this movie Wills. It will be a classic since the late Christopher Reeve passed. He was fabulous in the movie, and very handsome too. Just the other day I requested my library get me a copy of it. I haven't seen it for probably 20 years, and will enjoy seeing it once again. I can't wait to see it again. Oh, and Jane Seymour is beautiful.

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Another fab movie I saw last weekend for the second time is Disney's "Oliver Twist." emoticon (book written by Charles Dickens) This Edwardian movie takes place in London and stars Richard Dreyfuss. The cast carries a lot of Irish which I enjoyed alot. It was a real upbeat and fun movie with no violence. Oddly enough it is not rated. emoticon

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