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MY AMERICAN COUSIN 1985

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MY AMERICAN COUSIN 1985
U.S. film. Excellent quality. 16:9 widescreen. Set in the rock 'n' roll era of the late 1950s, twelve year-old Sandy lives with her parents and two sisters on a ranch in Canada. But she's not happy - her parents keep telling her what to do and they treat her like a child. She wants to be a teenager. Before bed, Sandy writes in her diary, "Nothing Happens Here!"

One night Buck, her seventeen year-old cousin from America (a cool James Dean-type), arrives in an awesome cherry red, 1957 Cadillac convertible for a surprise visit. Sandy thinks he's dreamy and immediately gets her first crush. She wants to be with him, but he considers her too young. Later her family discovers that Buck ran away from home and stole his mother's car.

Soundtrack includes: "Sh-Boom," "Sea Cruise," "Little Star," "Sweet Little Sixteen," "Summertime Blues," "All I Have to Do Is Dream." Margaret Langrick, John Wildman, Richard Donat, Jane Mortifee, T.J. Scott, Camille Henderson, Darsi Bailey, Allison Hale, Samantha Jocelyn, Babs Chula, Terrence Moore. My American Cousin!

Plus this bonus selection...

WHAT TO DO ON A DATE 1951
U.S. Educational film. Nick, a typical 1950s teenager, wants to ask Kay out a on a date. Kay's a swell girl but Nick doesn't know what to do on a first date. Maybe go the movies? Let's see... "Wagon Train" is at the local theater. But, what if she says, "No?" Maybe a weenie roast or a baseball game? The way this film tells it, you can forget about petting on your first date. Oh well. There are some good tips for the junior high set.


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