Paul from Lincoln dropped us a note to let us know of this film's Rhode Island connections. Another local with a speaking part, Bethany Nightingale, a professor of theater at the University of Rhode Island, gets to hold up a dollar and say, "Cure me! The arch was fabricated for the film on the grounds of Rosecliff, on Newport's Bellevue Avenue. She started lately a new affair, And now the silly chick is gonna marry a square. It was filmed at Brown University in Providence and has to do with a overachieving high school student who sneaks on campus to illegally further his education. If you happen to visit the office of the Stadium Theatre you can see the actual prop of Puffy, the unfortunate bandaged dog.
The video copy we were able to view was a rough cut, without credits, and we so far have no evidence the movie was ever released at all. They obviously need to see this film! Corrente's initial financial outlay for this film was two dollars. It's his first feature. Newport's locations helped recreate nineteenth-century New Haven, Connecticut. The studio, "the most elaborate The majority of the scene where the boat house blows up was filmed in one night.
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Watch the full fifty-one-minute movie: Another local, Barry Coutu of Barrington, was hired as a stand-in for Hoffman. Full versions of some of these films are also available for download from the Library of Congress's American Memory website. A boxing scene was staged on the third floor of an old mill in Harrisville. Everyone sings and dances as she struggles to make up her mind.
Huston is pronounced dead by a local physician, Dr. This is also a very stirring picture and is full of animation. Mary's Catholic Church, Broadway. In Baby Roger was loaned, at the age of four, to the Providence Zoo by an unscrupulous exotic animal dealer. Filmed primarily at Zambarano State Hospital in Burrillville, in an old tuberculosis ward, and at a seaside residence that may or may not have been located in Portsmouth. Some day, perhaps fifty years from now, this film will be a nice little time-capsule showing what Providence and to a lesser extent, Newport and Jamestown , looked like back in