Chapter 74: “Gone in a New York Minute”
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Luckily, the year wasn’t all low points. Up until this point, I had never traveled in any direction past where I visited my sister and her family: Plymouth, Connecticut. I’d been down there only twice: one for her wedding and once for my Aunt Marie’s Birthday the year prior, but I’d desired to go beyond this state. As a matter of fact, New York City had always been a dream of mine, and I had come close to applying to the New York Film Academy’s one-year Director’s Program before my Leukemia reared its ugly head. But I still knew that one day I would travel there and see the sights. I just didn’t know it would be so soon.
Jamie details his background elements in this video on the collectible tin posters he acquired via Amazon.
*Note: Jamie has NOT been endorsed by these companies, he simply wants to share the exciting method in which to enjoy your favorite movie posters!
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When I first saw this film, I was 100% in agreement with Nathan Lane; now, I’m mad at the guy. I watched:
MouseHunt. The inter-capped one word title that you never remembered existing. The film stars Nathan Lane and Lee Evans as two brothers who had recently lost their father (played by William Hickey). He left them with a string factory, no money, and a decrepit mansion. Continue reading