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Old 08-16-2008, 01:15 AM   #1
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Has anyone reading this seen the most recent "Planet of the Apes" movie that was made in this millinium? I am going to have to say that it was not that great. Especially when you compare it to other "Planet of the Apes" media from earlier decade. However, on thing that I did like was the fact that Anne Ramsay was in it! When I saw the movie, "Mad about You" had been gone for less than two years and I really missed it! I really liked her part on this show and I thought that she did a pretty decent job of playing the Air Force Leutenent Colonel. What do other fans think? One of the many reasons that I like this actress is that I have a soft spot for lefties! That is why I especially enjoyed episodes in which Anne's character interacted with Ursela Buffy played by Lisa Kudrow! It was great to see some lefty on lefty action!
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-Anne Ramsay was in a Valerie Bertinelli TV Movie called Murder of Innocence

-Another poster here also has a thing for lefties.
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That is very interesting. What type of movie was "Murder of Innocence", when did it come out and what type of part did Anne Ramsay play?
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That is very interesting. What type of movie was "Murder of Innocence", when did it come out and what type of part did Anne Ramsay play?

A 1993 TV movie. Valerie was a married mentally ill woman, and Anne was her husband's sister. I've been recommending it lately.

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Has anyone reading this seen the most recent "Planet of the Apes" movie that was made in this millinium? I am going to have to say that it was not that great. Especially when you compare it to other "Planet of the Apes" media from earlier decade. However, on thing that I did like was the fact that Anne Ramsay was in it! When I saw the movie, "Mad about You" had been gone for less than two years and I really missed it! I really liked her part on this show and I thought that she did a pretty decent job of playing the Air Force Leutenent Colonel. What do other fans think? One of the many reasons that I like this actress is that I have a soft spot for lefties! That is why I especially enjoyed episodes in which Anne's character interacted with Ursela Buffy played by Lisa Kudrow! It was great to see some lefty on lefty action!


YES!!! Left handedness is SEXY!!! I have a big crush on a left handed actor/director! Another Game show host /actor too, but he has already passed away!

I mean I would still love them if they were right handed of course, but being left handed even made them more lovable and adorably, unique to me!!
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I'm a lefty.

Since we're on the subject of Anne Ramsay, she's in a sadly underseen movie. The Cassidy Kids (2006). It's a murder mystery. In the 1980's a group of kids solve a murder. This becomes such a sensation that a Saturday morning TV show about them is made. Flash forward, the kids the show is based on are now adults and they're gathering for a reunion/interviews for the DVD release of the series. Through flashbacks we slowly learn the truth of what really happened, and the murder they solves isn't quite what it seemed.

Oh, and Anne's also in the excellent horror film The Taking Of Deborah Logan.

Oh, and one good thing about the 2001 Planet Of The Apes movie, its ending is closer to the original 1963 novel.

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I'm a lefty.

Since we're on the subject of Anne Ramsay, she's in a sadly underseen movie. The Cassidy Kids (2006). It's a murder mystery. In the 1980's a group of kids solve a murder. This becomes such a sensation that a Saturday morning TV show about them is made. Flash forward, the kids the show is based on are now adults and they're gathering for a reunion/interviews for the DVD release of the series. Through flashbacks we slowly learn the truth of what really happened, and the murder they solves isn't quite what it seemed.

Oh, and Anne's also in the excellent horror film The Taking Of Deborah Logan.

Oh, and one good thing about the 2001 Planet Of The Apes movie, its ending is closer to the original 1963 novel.

Oh, I'm saying oh, too much.


Torgo, your awesome!!! Being a lefty is why you draw those really cool owls so well! They say lefties are more creative!
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Torgo, your awesome!!! Being a lefty is why you draw those really cool owls so well! They say lefties are more creative!

The only drawback to drawing left handed is, then again maybe it's a problem with righties, but trying to draw without smudging, and if I'm using charcoal the left side of my hand is usually black.
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In school we southpaws had to use the green handled aka left handed scissors.
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I remember those green-handled scissors. I think that my brother owned a pair at one point. The fact that I am first responding now is that, in between the last post and now, I have been busy celebrating Thanksgiving, dealing with my psoriasis and my sleep disorder not to mention life in general. In any event, it is great to be back!
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