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The Phantom of the Open Hearth

a film for television co-ordinated by Leigh Brown

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        LC Classifications1978
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 72 p. :
        Number of Pages42
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100385129769

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It does play fast and loose with the Christmas Story mythos, swapping the character traits of Flick and Schwartz in A Christmas Story, Flick is the cool one, here, Schwartz is the cool one - but maybe they just changed as they grew up a bit.

My husband loves the whole film.


The anecdotal remembrances of Ralph are both humorous and nostalgic, revealing touching qualities, especially in his father. His zodiac sign is Leo. [smile] While not as funny as "A Christmas Story," it's still awfull good and deserves a full-blown DVD and Blu-ray treatment. Would she not ignore pride and search out a way to get him back?

" Then in off-screen narration for the rest of the show, Shep accompanies fascinating visuals of the huge foundry in action. It tells the story of several events as they occur through the eyes of Ralph, a high-school-aged boy. aka "It Runs in the Family.

"4:30-WOR: Jean Shepherd, Disk Jockey Premiere. It varied in several details from the leg lamp that appears in A Christmas Story. It was originally released in the holiday season of 1983 and, despite the praises of Roger Ebert, underperformed at the box office. Big-time DVD publisher, are you listening?