Produced in 1982, Savannah Smiles tells the story of Savannah, a girl of privilege who runs away from home. She ends up in the company of Boots and Alvie, two ex-convicts on the run. This bumbling duo soon realizes who Savannah is and that a large reward has been offered for her return. They try to give her back, but instead of the parents being grateful, they accuse the two of kidnapping. Boots and Alvie have no choice but to go underground with Savannah, and the three soon become a family whose days are filled with kite flying, home-cooked meals, bedtime stories, and a puppy. But Boots and Alvie know in their hearts they must do the right thing and return Savannah to her parents. For its time, this is a sweet movie filled with innocence and fun. However, in a time when children are told never to go off with strangers, it is hard to justify a movie that glorifies that very thing, no matter how goodhearted the two felons are. (Ages 6 and older) --Peggy Maltby-Etra
We got you a television if you're real good tomorrow, you can watch Wonder Woman. What do you want for breakfast?
Chocolate milk, cocoa puff, buttermilk, chocolate strawberries, peaches, wheaties, chocolate bananas, pancakes, sausage, toast, oatmeal - apple, and bacon.
Tomorrow we're getting rid of this kid, lets see if we can get her to go to sleep.