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Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993)

This is the heart-wrenching tale of two dogs and a cat escaping a farm in the mountains of California to see their kids back home. Try not to cry in the first fifteen minutes as the kids say their goodbyes to the critters– I have a hard enough time going to work every day. 308 more words

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Memorable Oscar Moment - Sally Field

Sally Field had one of the most memorable speeches in Academy Award history, when she won the Best Actress Oscar for Places in the Heart. Her speech is often misquoted as “You like me, you really really like me”,  when what she really said was.. 59 more words

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Best Actress Bracket Game: Sally Field Vs. Jodie Foster

The fact that we are dealing with actresses who have won multiple Oscars makes the chronology of this bracket game a little wonky.  Yesterday, we were dealing with two actresses who had their first wins in the early 80’s, but today we’re taking a brief detour back into the previous decade for Sally Field’s first win.   565 more words

Movies

Episode 48: Homeward Bound w/ Lagina Hill

DOGS AND CATS! We take a good amount of time comparing cry-worthy moments, the best things about our pets, and reminiscing how animal family movies USED to be. 42 more words

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On February 3 Disney's "Homeward Bound" was released...

On February 3, 1993 “Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey” was released. “Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey” (released by Walt Disney Pictures) is an American remake of the 1963 film “The Incredible Journey”. 105 more words

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Kiss Me Goodbye (1982) Full Movie


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Notes: Tested and good as of Feb 1. English dialogue. Use Movie Player 3, there should be (1) pop-up ad. 12 more words

Comedy

Broadway Box Office: Holding Steady Before the Stars Come Out

The Broadway box office barely budged last week, as a small slate of about 20 shows held steady in the days before the spring’s stars — among them Glenn Close, Sally Field and Jake Gyllenhaal — begin stage runs in the next couple of weeks. 380 more words

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