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The Unquiet Woman
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Jed: First time I saw Miss O’Hara was in The Parent Trap, in which she played a Boston sophisticate who suddenly discovers the pleasures of hacienda life in Monterey, California. Brian Keith wins her back, or rather she devises a way to get him back, along with both of their twin girls (Hayley Mills) and a perfect American marriage family, and life. See the movie today and tell me she wasn’t worth it.

Incidentally, don’t think I didn’t have my priorities straight yesterday — didn’t watch the Streisand movie until well after the Cowboys-Broncos game was over. After a bruising showdown like that, who needed more football? One can watch the highlights on ESPN only so many times.

Murphy Brown? Candice has to be the worst actress this side of Valerie Bertinelli.

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