Of Leo McCarey's 1937 film, a poignant and profoundly moving story of an elderly couple who must prevail upon the mercy of their children once a bank repossesses their home, Orson Welles said, "It would make a stone cry." Don't miss it.
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December 6: "I watched him plant a weeping willow in the backyard. It seemed to symbolize his sorrow for the direction our country had taken."
Novelist Wiley Cash uncovers the notebook of his seventh-grade self: "Halloween Hallow," Die Hard, and an apprentice writer's first work of suspense.
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