Hollywood's Classic Movie Moms

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Do you have a favorite movie mom?

Sally Field as Forrest Gump's mama would be a great choice, as would Katharine Hepburn in "On Golden Pond."

The "Hollywood's Classic Movie Moms" presentation, enhanced with PowerPoint images and film clips and lasting a little over an hour, takes a loving and sometimes hard look at good moms and some bad mamas.
 
You could do a lot worse than Shirley MacLaine's screen mom in "Terms of Endearment" if you can handle some tough love.  But unless you're looking for a scathing tirade about wire hangers, you might want to stay away from "Mommie Dearest."
 
For availability and speaking fees, call 214-364-7364 or email lrratliff@verizon.net.

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