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7 Faces of Dr. Lao

By calenalove
Written July 30, 2011
Something was special about 1964. There was an air about in New York that had been stimulated for over a year in the promotion of the World's Fair. The promise of the future. A future filled with the everyday use of technology and a sense of magic. We had the Fair. "Mary Poppins". "The Jetsons". And for kids who loved the oncoming promise of the combination of those two elements, we also had George Pal as one of our fearless leaders, giving visuals to tease us further along the path to that special place up ahead. My dearly beloved saw the movie when it first came out in a neighborhood theater. He says it is still the same for him now as it was then, just as loved as an adult as it was as a child. Oh, yeah...and the guy sitting next to me, who had never seen it before "oohed!" and "aahed!" like a little boy. And he was well past 40. And sniffled at the part where Merlin's magic is derided. So did I. I will again.
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dr. lao

By philtix
Written July 30, 2011
haven't seen it since i was a child. dated, but endearing. a showcase of tony randall's many talents.
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