Hayley Mills

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VIDEO: The Mentor

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The Mentor
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Length: 22:04
Aired: 3/18/1989

Principal Belding (Dennis Haskins) disapproves of the unconventional teacher substituting for Miss Bliss's history class. watch

VIDEO: The Mentor

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The Mentor
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Length: 23:00
Aired: 3/18/1989

Principal Belding (Dennis Haskins) disapproves of the unconventional teacher substituting for Miss Bliss's history class. watch

VIDEO: Saved By The Bell: The Babysitters

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Saved By The Bell: The Babysitters
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Length: 22:18
Aired: 3/18/1989

Kelly breaks her arm so the kids watch after her baby brother... at school! They need to hide the baby from their teachers and Belding, who suspects that the gang might be up to something. watch

Videos

Masterpiece Theatre's Family Collectio
2B Perfectly Honest
Whistle Down The Wind
Trouble With Angels, The (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Kim Novak

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A Troll in Central Park
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Take a Girl Like You
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Take a Girl Like You [HD]

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Stevie
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Practical Jokes
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Let's Get Together

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Credits

Year Title Description
1994 A Troll In Central Park Movie, Actor - Hilary
1988 Appointment With Death Movie, Actor - Miss Quinton
1986 The Parent Trap 2 Movie, Actor - Sharon Ferris/Susan Coffey
1982 The Flame Trees of Thika TV Show Series, Actor - Tilly Grant
1981 The Flame Trees Of Thika Movie, Actor - Tilly Grant

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News

I know the Oscar statuettes ...

Question: I know the Oscar statuettes are about a foot tall and weigh 8 pounds, but what are they made of, and is it true that they got their name because someone said it looked like their Uncle Oscar? That sounds like a made-up story.


Answer: Last part first: The official story is indeed that Margaret Herrick, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' first librarian in 1931 and its executive director from 1943 to 1971 (and for whom the Academy's Los Angeles library, where I've done my share of research, is named), saw one of the statuettes (designed by MGM art director Cedric Gibbons for the first ceremony in 1929) on a desk and exclaimed that it looked just like her Uncle Oscar. Which is sort of alarming in that it implies that her uncle was a bald nudist with a thing for (perhaps compensatory) swords. Many people prefer the slightly ruder version in which Bette Davis sugge read more

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