LITTLE WOMEN (1933)
1933, Warner Bros., 115 min, USA, Dir: George Cukor

Katharine Hepburn stars in this Academy Award-winning adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel set in 1860s New England. As four sisters grow from girls to young adults during the hard times of the Civil War, the difficulties, tragedies and joys they experience tear at - but cannot break - the deep bonds of sisterhood and family in this timeless and heartwarming tale of growth and self-discovery.


FLIGHT OF THE NAVIGATOR
1986, Walt Disney Pictures, 90 min, USA, Dir: Randal Kleiser

David Freeman (Joey Cramer) is an ordinary boy destined for a most extraordinary adventure aboard a spectacular, futuristic spacecraft. After a mystifying disappearance, David returns, possessing vast, undiscovered knowledge about the farthest reaches of the universe. With these sudden navigational powers, David is able to take the fantastic flying machine anywhere he desires, accompanied by both its wisecracking robotic commander, Max (Paul Reubens), and an assortment of bizarre extraterrestrial creatures. With Sarah Jessica Parker, Howard Hesseman and Veronica Cartwright.


MOOCH GOES TO HOLLYWOOD
1971, 51 min, Dir: Richard Erdman

Higgins, the dog who rose from a Burbank animal shelter to international stardom as BENJI, plays against age, type and gender as the title character, a young ingénue seeking fame and fortune in sleazy counterculture, early-1970s Hollywood. Part MIDNIGHT COWBOY, part VALLEY OF THE DOLLS, this TV movie follows Mooch through her discovery of strip clubs and Cesar Romero, the Playboy Mansion and psychedelic drug parties, haircuts from Felipe of “Three’s Company” and motorcycle rides with Vincent Price. Narrated by Richard Burton (and then suddenly not), with fabulous voice-over work by the one and only Zsa Zsa Gabor and appearances by Mickey Rooney, Edward G. Robinson, Jill St. John, Rose Marie, Jim Backus, Phyllis Diller and more!


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