Whilst some scenes which are shocking might be the easiest to remember and describe, that doesn't mean they'll be OK to describe. Some helpful internal links: DON'T tell us how old you were when you saw it. DON'T tell us you were with your grandmother when you saw it. DO tell us (roughly) what year you think the film was released. Excitedly Richard's wife asked how much they were getting and the man holds out his hand to shoulder height and says "Oh, about this much." Richard's wife asks when can they receive it and the man points behind them and says "She's already here." Richard's wife adamantly insists that the girl cannot stay there and says they need to leave.
The guy talks them into letting her stay for the week until social services can find somewhere for her to go.
The strongest memory I have is of the boy spray painting his new caretakers truck white (and doing a poor job of it). I'm looking for the title of a movie I watched either in the 60s or very early 70s.
When he tells a older female neighbor, she laughs uproariously at the idea of the older man having, of all things, a white truck. In the movie I recall men with 4 arms that act as bullies/guards. Jean Lui So I've posted this before but still haven't found this movie and it's absolutely killing me!! Ok, so all I remember is somewhere in the beginning there are a group of young boys and a group of young girls, I think they are orphans.
We'd always recommend a bit of self-sufficient keyword search work through Google and IMDB, but if you're truly stumped the Whirlpool movie buff collective may be able to help. This includes no foul language and no depiction of sexual acts or overt violence. I can remember almost the entire movie, I just can't recall what it's called, and I can't find it anywhere online.
We can't edit your posts (we don't do that on Whirlpool), but we will hide them (they can be unhidden once the content that broke a rule is removed). The long standing contributors to this thread like a challenge (within reason) and consider your questions to be a challenge, so the more information the merrier. You can also reward them with a Smiley Vote if you wish. Please stick around and "Pay it Forward" and help others to ease their frustrations as well. So the guy who pretends to be a social services worker or lawyer appears on the couple's doorstep a few seconds later and tells Richard that his long lost brother and sister-in-law recently passed away in an accident and left him something in his will.The scene cuts to the neighbors' house across the street where the lady is spying and her husband is trying to ignore her.While the girl and the babysitter are playing a game, the nosy neighbor lady knocks on the door to try and satisfy her curiosity.When she wakes up, her memories of the girl are gone, and she is no longer mean spirited, her words upon seeing the girl and hearing that they are adopting her are “How could I forget such a beautiful (or either wonderful I can’t recall exactly) child.Looking for two movies: One: – The scene I remember shows a Civil War officer, possibly in the fog, shooting wouned soldiers after a battle, while humming, whistling, or singing – I think the song was rock of ages.