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memories of the ’70s – Candleshoe

In 1977, Walt Disney Productions brought a book to the screen for the holiday season: Candleshoe. Based on the novel Christmas at Candleshoe by Michael Innes, the screenplay was written by David Swift and Anne Marie Sisson, with director Norman … Continue reading

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memories of the ’70s – Freaky Friday

Created by the Disney machine, this fantasy comedy was a fave of kids of December 1976: Freaky Friday. Written by Mary Rodgers and directed by Gary Nelson, Freaky Friday starred Barbara Harris as Ellen Andrews, Jodie Foster as her daughter … Continue reading

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memories of the ’80s – Foxes

This 1980 film avoided the cliches and stereotypes and show what it was like to be an American teen girl in the film Foxes. Deidre (Kandice Stroh) ┬áis boy crazy and all about disco, Madge (Marilyn Kagan) is unhappy with … Continue reading

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