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Re: Christmas Day

In a message dated 12/26/03 9:20:55 PM, holmesbm@usit.net writes:

<< My family saw it today...photography was excellent...the script stayed
pretty close to the book and captured most of the themes.  We enjoyed it. >>

Bonnie, I have not read the book.  Did you find the theaters very crowded?  A 
number of years ago we started going to a movie on Christmas Day after 
helping serve dinner at the mission.  The first time we thought noone would be 
there.  My what a shock.  In fact, I purchased the tickets ahead of the showing to 
assure we got a seat before it was sold out.

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