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Scott Andrew Hutchins
 
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Oz, Monsters, Kamillions, and More!
 
 
 
Frances:  I've led a pretty boring life compared to yours.
 
Freddy [the neighbor]:  Mine was pretty boring, too.  I've just got a
knack for picking out the interesting bits.
 
                                    --David Williamson
                                    _Travelling North_
                                    Act Two Scene Three
 
 
 
On Tue, 22 Sep 1998, by way of Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
 
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> In the summer of 1949, as a small boy of three years, I, visited France. While
> visiting
> outside France at a large estate. A French film crew was filming a movie
> which, in this scene, inside the estate a ballroom, was used for a field
> hospital during WW1. I, was in the film and played a part of a first aid
> helper who, was in a scene to delivery bandages to the nurse who, was treating
> the wounded. I, was wondering if you know
> about this film.         Gerald McKinnis ([log in to unmask])
>                                PO Box 449
>                                Death Valley, Ca 92328
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