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The Double McGuffin (1979)

Director: Joe Camp

Writer: Joe Camp

Keywords: Mystery, Juvenile

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lyle Alzado
3-Apr-1949 14-May-1992 Steroid-using defensive lineman
Ernest Borgnine
24-Jan-1917 8-Jul-2012 Marty
Ed "Too Tall" Jones
23-Feb-1951   Dallas Cowboys, 106 career sacks
George Kennedy
18-Feb-1925 28-Feb-2016 Airport, Naked Gun
Elke Sommer
5-Nov-1940   Deadlier Than the Male
Vincent Spano
18-Oct-1962   Rumble Fish
Orson Welles
6-May-1915 10-Oct-1985 Citizen Kane
Lisa Whelchel
29-May-1963   Blair Warner on The Facts of Life


Review by Tina Garrett (posted on 21-Aug-2009)

Oh, with all due sincerity PLEASE do not under any circumstances see or even try to see this movie. Little Lisa was very young and I am sure if you want to put a price on a low budget film , they could't haven spent over 500.00 dollars to make this movie. Under no circumstances am I trying to be mean, because I dearly loved Lisa in The Facts of Life. Although apparently acting was not her true love, or her first love and gave it up many many years ago. Why, I don't know, televeision is where the money is, but her heart went out to the Lord which I truly admire that she did that. If Lisa felt as though the Lord was leading her in a different direction other than acting and doing something else, than I feel she did the right thing. She does have an intersting website. She seems to have her life all patterned out, so she is apparently happy. But back to the movie, it wouldn't capture your attention for more than ten minutes. I think the only time anyone would ever want to watch it, is if they are a Lisa Whelchel fan, and they wondered what she looked like as a young child. Good Luck Lisa, I know you will prosper in your life. (without the double mcguffin).

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