Jonathan F. Pugh

 
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Ort: Weaverville, North Carolina USA
Geburtstag: 9. August
 

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4.0 von 5 Sternen "Wonka" Whips "Wizard", 25. August 2003
The four star review is mainly for "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," as I am one who believes that" "The Wizard of Oz" is quite overrated. Because I am in the minority there, I will focus mainly on the first movie. Gene Wilder is absolutely perfect in "Willy Wonka." He plays the mad genius who is able to administer the perfect justice for the crimes of the children. The film presents a magical world in which goodness is rewarded, and it does so with terrific, biting edgy humor. If one were to get this set, I would urge you to take a closer look at this film, because it is the better of the two.
Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer [VHS] [UK Import]
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Cary Grant, Myrna Loy, and Shirley Temple all sparkle in this delightful film. In it, Temple plays a student at a local High School at which Grant is a guest lecturer. Miss Temple, of course, falls in love. What she doesn't know is that her sister, played by Myrna Loy, who is a judge, just had a bit of a legal scuffle with him. When another misunderstanding occurs between adult Grant and Minor Temple, Big Sister explodes and at firs wants to lock Grant up and throw away the key. However, because Temple has such a large crush, she deciedes to let him go on the condition that he start a "normal" relationship with Little Sister, with the hope that Little Sister will get over the… Mehr dazu
Road to Singapore [VHS] [UK Import] <b>VHS</b> ~ Bing Crosby
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4.0 von 5 Sternen The One That Started It All, 25. August 2003
The very first in the "Road" series, "The Road to Singapore," is a wonderful start to this adventure. If you have seen none of these movies, but would like to see them, I suggest you start in the order they were made. Therefore, this one would come first. In this one, Bing and Bob play Josh and Ace, who both run away from the messes they have created and go to a little island called Kaigoon, where they meet a showgirl, Mima, played by Dorothy Lamour. The three of them soon all live in the same house and scramble to make ends meet, while Josh's family tracks him down and pressures him to come back home. This film does not have as many laughs as most of the others, but in… Mehr dazu