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Stand by Me is a 1986 American coming of age drama comedy film directed by Rob Reiner.
Based on the novella The Body by Stephen King, the title is derived from the Ben E. King song of the same name, which plays over the end credits.
The films tells the story of four boys who go on a hike across the countryside to find the missing body of a dead kid.
Parts of the film were shot in Brownsville, Oregon, which stood in for the fictional town of Castle Rock.
Scenes that include the mailbox baseball and the junkyard scenes were filmed in Veneta, Oregon.
The junkyard is still in operation.
The campout/standing-guard scene was filmed in Eugene, Oregon, just a few miles from Veneta.
The general store is in Franklin, Oregon, just north of Veneta.
Scenes along the railroad tracks were shot near Cottage Grove, Oregon, along the right-of-way of the Oregon, Pacific and Eastern Railway, now used as the Row River National Recreation Trail.
The scene where the boys outrace a locomotive across a trestle was filmed at Lake Britton on the McCloud River Railroad, near McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park, California.
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Elvis Recorded Don’t be cruel,on; July 2 1956. At the RCA Studio’s , in New York.
It was only Take #28, that elvis was completely satisfied with, so this is the one.
It’s written by; Otis Blackwell.
It became a big hit, all over the world, and is therefor aviable on a lot of cd’s. Here are some of the including:
Elvis 75 – 100 Track, ELV1S 30 #1 Hits, Hitstory – Elvis Presley, The King Of Rock N’ Roll – The Complete 50’s Masters, Artist Of The Century – Elvis Presley, Elvis – The king and on The Essential ELVIS PRESLEY- which is where this version is from.
You know I can be found,
sitting home all alone,
If you can’t come around
at least please telephone
Don’t be cruel to a heart that’s true.
Baby, if I made you mad for something I might have said, Please, let’s forget the past, the future looks bright ahead, Don’t be cruel to a heart that’s true. I don’t want no other love, Baby it’s just you I’m thinking of.
Don’t stop thinking of me, don’t make me feel this way, Come on over here and love me, you know what I want you to say. Don’t be cruel to a heart that’s true. Why should we be apart? I really love you baby, cross my heart.
Let’s walk up to the preacher and let us say I do, Then you’ll know you’ll have me, and I’ll know that I’ll have you, Don’t be cruel to a heart that’s true. I don’t want no other love, Baby it’s just you I’m thinking of.
Don’t be cruel to a heart that’s true. Don’t be cruel to a heart that’s true. I don’t want no other love, Baby it’s just you I’m thinking of.
Full Title: Compilation of President Reagan’s Humor from Selected Speeches, 1981-89
Creator(s): President (1981-1989 : Reagan). White House Television Office. 1/20/1981-1/20/1989 (Most Recent)
Series: Video Recordings, 1/20/1981 – 1/20/1989 Collection: Records of the White House Television Office (WHTV) (Reagan Administration), 1/20/1981 – 1/20/1989
Just as on July 4th Americans celebrate their independence, so is July 27th to be celebrated—a day to celebrate independence from the abuser. July 27th, National Love is Kind Day is the day to:
With every generation, the cycle of abuse continues to cripple families, especially women and children who are most vulnerable. The cycle of abuse must stop now.
National Love is Kind Day encourages you to become aware of how you are treating people, how people are treating you, and how you can become emboldened, supported, and empowered to lead the joyful and productive life you deserve. With improved and proper support, families can know and experience the freedom and love found in an abuse-free home. Children grow up with positive role models, and both adults and children lead more productive, happy, and mentally healthy lives.
The day is an opportunity to say “No to abuse, violence, and ridicule! And begin saying, “Yes, to kindness! And yes, to sharing my voice! Yes, I am worth it and my life matters. Kindness rules!”
Stop the cycle of abuse and make a difference to create a kinder world.
They are many ways to celebrate this day and join the Love is Kind Movement!
Other ways to take part in the day include:
Rosie Aiello and Sunny, co-founders of The Love is Kind Network, founded National Love is Kind Day on July 27, 2018. They spread the message of a kinder, healthier world and support stronger, more wholesome families, free of violence and terrorism. The day also represents the day Rosie and Sunny gained their freedom from a violent relationship.
In 2019, the Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed the day to be observed on July 27th annually.
Rosie Aiello and Sunny are the co-founders of The Love is Kind Network, The Love is Kind Movement Facebook group, and National Love is Kind Day. They spread the message to create a kinder and healthier world and support stronger, more wholesome families, free of violence and family terror.
July 27th also represents the day Rosie and Sunny gained their freedom after an international escape from a domestic violent relationship.
Trapped in an emotionally, mentally, and financially abusive relationship for nearly 25 years, Rosie engineered their escape from the Middle East to save her daughter Sunny and herself from domestic violence. Nearly mentally destroyed and stunned by PTSD, Rosie and Sunny arrived in their home state of California. Within a few short years, Rosie became a speaker, best-selling author, and an international award-winning entrepreneur.
Rosie and Sunny are on a mission to help 100 million women and their children free themselves from the shackles of abuse, and help them create joyful and productive lives.
Visit www.TheLoveisKindNetwork.com for more information.
Here are the magnificent Torvill & Dean performing their iconic Bolero routine for the very last time in an amateur competition, at the World Figure Skating Championships in Ottawa, Canada in March 1984.
Sorry the quality isn’t great but it’s the best I have.
I just copied it from one of my old VHS tapes of various stuff I recorded from the TV in the 1980’s.
Torvill & Dean actually scored an extra 6 for this performance than they did at the Olympics, which was a new record.
The clip also shows them receiving their medals and them standing for the national anthem at the end.
As always I don’t claim any copyright whatsoever for this clip.
If anyone involved in it isn’t happy with my uploading it please let me know and I will remove it.
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Peggy Fleming started figure skating at age 9. Soon the hobby blossomed into an amateur career and Fleming won several accolades for the sport, including U.S. titles and world championships. She then participated in the 1968 Olympics, where she won the only gold medal for the United States.
Thirty years later, Fleming was diagnosed with breast cancer. After going through surgery and chemotherapy, she successfully conquered her cancer.
Peggy Gale Fleming was born on July 27, 1948, in San Jose, California. She began skating at age 9, and her family made several sacrifices to support the young athlete’s amateur career. When she was 12, her coach was among those killed when a plane carrying the United States figure skating team crashed in Belgium.
With her new coach — the lithe, elegant skater Carlo Fassi — Fleming went on to win five U.S. titles and three world championships.
In 1968, Fleming won gold at the 1968 Olympics in Grenoble, France. Her gold medal was the only one achieved by the U.S. that year. The victory was also particularly sweet because it signaled a resurgence in U.S. figure skating following the 1961 airplane tragedy.
In 1998, Fleming was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had surgery to remove a malignant tumor on the 30th anniversary of her famous Olympic win. After completing radiation therapy, Fleming was cancer-free.
She shared her battle with breast cancer with the public, appearing on such television shows such as The Rosie O’Donnell Show. Since her diagnosis, Fleming has been a tireless champion for health-related causes.