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THE GREEN ACRE

It’s Spring and time for planting tomatoes,peppers, and kale in my tiny vegetable garden in the back yard. And time, too, for memories of Eddie Albert’s acre of land in Pacific Palisades.  514 more words

Attack (1956)

If Richard Aldrich’s loosely fictionalized account of the Battle of the Bulge is less well-known than it should be, then it owes part of its obscurity to his deeply cynical views about the United States Army’s officer corps. 1,796 more words

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The Ten Best GREEN ACRES Episodes of Season Six

Welcome to a new Sitcom Tuesday! Today we’re finishing our series on the best episodes from another fondly remembered single-camera show of the ’60s, Green Acres  1,400 more words

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The Ten Best GREEN ACRES Episodes of Season Five

Welcome to a new Sitcom Tuesday! Today we’re continuing our series on the best episodes from another fondly remembered single-camera show of the ’60s, Green Acres  1,562 more words

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The Ten Best GREEN ACRES Episodes of Season Four

Welcome to a new Sitcom Tuesday! Today we’re continuing our series on the best episodes from another fondly remembered single-camera show of the ’60s, Green Acres  1,533 more words

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Roman Holiday

Princess Ann : I’ve never been alone with a man before, even with my dress on. With my dress off, it’s MOST unusual.

This is obviously one of the most famous Audrey Hepburn movies, and for good reason too. 450 more words

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