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Matt McAllister <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 8 Jan 1998 17:20:59 -0500
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Hi everyone,
Some may remember, LOOONG ago, when I posted a reques, for an off-list
colleague, for some titles for movies that feature adopted major
characters.  I promised to post a master list, about which I've been very
delinquent.  But here's the list now.
Thanks to all Screen-Lers who contributed! (As usual a wonderful resource
with wonderful colleagues!)
1.  Adoption (by Marta Meszaros)
2.  Flirting with Disaster (1996) directed by David Russell
3.  Losing Isaiah (1995 - Jessica Lange, Halle Berry)
4.  Andre
5.  Big Red
6.  A la mode
7.  Free Willy
8.  Immediate Family
9.  A Place for Annie (made for TV, Sissy Spacek)
10. Mighty Aphrodite (1995 - Woody Allen, Helena Bonham Carter, Mira Sorvino)
11. Escape To Witch Mountain and Return From Witch Mountain
12. The Kid
13. Adoption
14. Redwood Curtain
15. Wuthering Heights
16. The Lion King
17. Samantha
18. Second Best (1994 - Nathan Yapp, Keith Allen, William Hurt)
19. Secrets and Lies (1996 - Brenda Blethyn, Marianne Jean-Baptiste)
20. Problem Child and various sequels
21. The Omen II and III
22. A Family Thing
23. Immediate Family (1989 -  Glenn Close, James Woods, Mary Stuart Masterson)
24. North
25. The Official Story
26. The Star Wars Trilogy
27. Baby Brokers (1993? - possibly made-for-TV)
30. WEND KUUNI (by Traore)
31. Superman movies and serials
32. Welcome to Sarajevo
33. Oliver Twist
Matt McAllister
Department of Communication Studies, Virginia Tech
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