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Scott Andrew Hutchins <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 22 Aug 2000 23:32:24 -0500
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Scott Andrew Hutchins wrote:

> Some of this I posted before, but I just poseted it on Yesterdayland, so
> I copied it wholesale.  I remembered more about _Jump!_ than I last
> posted.
> Murray or Murphy the Moose
>  I saw this film in seventh grade social studies (88/89 school year). I
>  don't know what it was called, but a group of kids had a moosehead
>  as their mascot, and they had to use cartography skills to get him
>  back. It wasn't more than 20 minutes long.
>  Also, does anyone know anyhting about the film that ended with the
>  line "so the next time you eat meat, remember where it came from."?
>  I saw this in third grade (84/85 school year) but this film was
>  certainly much older, though it was in color.
>  Another film I was curious about, this one from sixth grade health, I
>  thought was called _Jump!_, but I couldn't find it in OCLC WorldCat.
>  It had several subplots, the titular one being about a short-haired
>  blond boy at a party who climbed a tree and at the end was
>  encouraged to jump from its branches.

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