Tag Archives: Mary Poppins

Panning Pan

“If you were asked to rewrite/modernize a classic novel, which one would you want to adapt?” There’s a very good question. I have tried hard to read or listen to classics.  I read a great deal all of my life … Continue reading

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Towing the Line

“If one — and only one — of your stories would be adapted for the silver screen, which one would you select? Would you prefer to write the screenplay… or just watch from the sidelines while the studio uses whoever … Continue reading

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Which Do You Want to Watch With Me?

I ask the grandkids as I pull out a few favorites. We have been discussing children’s movies that we enjoy….and some that we don’t. I didn’t go to the theaters see a great number of children’s movies when I was … Continue reading

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