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I owned the same sheets that Bob and Emily had on their bed when he woke up from his dream in the last episode of Newhart. 


Does that count? 


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That "it is was all just a dream" theme goes on frequently. From "A Christmas Carroll" to most recently in the movie "Click".
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Andrea,

 

I had Zecca too (In the Fall, 1968 term); then in the Spring, 1969 some male teacher who was absent from class most of the time; in the Fall of 1969 I had a woman and the class was held in a Geography Lab Room on the 13th floor at Hunter. 

 

In my class with Zecca was another MC67, Christine O'Connor.  She was

often absent due to sickness, and after that class I never saw her again.

I know she didn't graduate with the Spring 1971 Hunter class.

Did you ever know her?

 

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When a movie is still affecting you 2 days later it is significant. I am sitting here listening to the soundtrack from Oh Brother Where Art Thou! Many years ago a freind had seen the movie and had bought the CD which he popped into his car stereo when we went to lunch one day. I asked him where did he get THAT music. (I thought it hickish)Sometime later I saw the movie and after I BOUGHT the SACD CD of it.
This movie is so much fun and the music is so motivating and positive, the acting so excellent and up beat. You have to see this movie.....especially if you have a good audio system for your home theater!
I almost never see a movie twice. I will see this one twice more I suspect.


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Sammy, I only had the two teachers - Zecca for one year and Fratti for two years.  He was the better teacher by far.  I took Italian from my sophomore year on through my senior year b/c I spent my first year at Pace College. 

I knew Christine O'Connor pretty well; she was in just about all my classes. We never saw each other outside of school though.  Her best friend in hs was Anne O'Mara - they were inseparable. 

I never knew that Christine was at Hunter.  I never ran into her there.  I only remember two MC classmates at Hunter - Gianna Stepcich and Irene Zucca. 


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 Saturday Night at 10:30 PM.  We just watched "A Slipping down Life" which I strongly recommend.  If you read a short summary of this movie (like the one on the Netflix wrapper), do not let it dissuade you from seeing the movie.  Not a good description.  A very good movie.

 

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Any list without GWTW is not a good list.
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Andrea,

 

Three more MC67 from your side who also went to Hunter are: Kathy Allen, Suzanne Modica, and Margaret Thornton.  Kathy became a nurse, teacher

and dean at Queensboro Community College; she is in the Hunter College Hall of Fame.  Suzanne became a teacher.  Margaret majored in history and became an executive at Bell Telephone.

 

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 Terry:

 

   GWTW?

 

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   GWTW?

 

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GWTW? 

If you're wondering what GWTW is, Humm the theme from "Million Dollar Movie".


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AH! Of course!!!!!!!!

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Very good, Russ. Unlike others on this board; Don't have to explain much to you.
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BEEEEEEEEPPPPP! Andrea....I saw Millions last night. It is much more suited as a kids movie. It is well done for that....but kinda like a Catholic Polar Express....

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I love the Coen Brothers "Raising Arizona" and most fave "O Brother Where Art Thou".  Got the soundtrack to that one.  For foreign, "Raise the Red Lantern".  That one is from China, about a young girl who is one of many wives and tries to be the favorite.  It is visually striking and even though it's been many years since I've seen it, it still haunts me. 

 

Then there is the offbeat, it was on cable the other day, "Shaun of the Dead".  It's from England, about a guy (Shaun) and his best friend (along with an ex-girlfriend and their friends) trying to rescue his mom and step-father from the "zombies" and finding safety in their favorite pub.  It's too funny and very clever.  If you can get it from Netflix, do it, it's is hysterical.  Nothing like being locked in a pub and downing pints while trying to figure out how to keep back killer zombies. 

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