Barbara Baxley

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VIDEO: Mute

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Mute
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Length: 51:02
Aired: 1/31/1963

The orphaned daughter of telepathic parents must learn to speak and deal with a world she cannot communicate in. watch

VIDEO: The Mute

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The Mute
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Length: 02:40:37
Aired: 1/31/1963

A 12-year-old girl who lost her parents in a fire doesn't speak because she has grown up in a secret telepathic community. The couple who take her in, and her teacher, are determined to help her adapt to their society, no matter the cost. watch

VIDEO: The Mute [HD]

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The Mute [HD]
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Length: 52:00
Aired: 1/31/1963

A 12-year-old girl who lost her parents in a fire doesn't speak because she has grown up in a secret telepathic community. watch

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John Steinbeck's East Of Eden
All Fall Down
A Shock To The System

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Credits

Year Title Description
1990 The Exorcist III Movie, Actor - Shirley
1990 A Shock To The System Movie, Actor - Lillian
1989 Sea Of Love Movie, Actor - Miss Allen
1982 A Stranger Is Watching Movie, Actor - Lally
1979 Norma Rae Movie, Actor - Leona

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I recently saw and loved the ...

Question: I recently saw and loved the movie Crash, and was especially intrigued by the way all the stories intersected and converged. Could you possibly give me a list of some other films whose stories are structured in the same way? Answer: I certainly can: First, for the benefit of readers who haven't seen Crash (2005), its structure is one in which multiple narratives are developed simultaneously and overlay or intersect at key points before converging at the end. Unlike ensemble movies in which there's a main plot and a series of subplots, films like this give more or less equal weight to all the story strands and derive a significant part of their thematic power from the apparently random way in which different characters' destinies come together. To my mind, the greatest of all multiple-story narratives is read more

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