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Pardon Me (Children Dancing at a Party) The Saturday Evening Post, January 26, 1918 oil on canvas, 23 x 19 in. Collection of George Lucas Pardon Me is a classic narrative of adolescent embarrassment. Apart from the clothing, the incident might well have taken place anywhere or any time. As Steven Spielberg remarked, "It is a scene of innocent humor---something we've all done when we were younger. . . . Rockwell was extolling the virtues of simple values and simple moments."

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E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

"E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" (1982). A meek and alienated little boy finds a stranded extraterrestrial. He has to find the courage to defy the authorities to help the alien return to its home planet. Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore and Peter Coyote.

War Horse, by British author Michael Morpurgo's is a 1982 children's novel set before and during World War I. Vocab help on quizlet.com

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The BFG (2016)

The BFG (2016) - This was my FAVORITE book growing up. Cannot wait til it comes out!

Before he was a Hollywood movie mogul -- he was just another bouncing baby growing up in Cincinnati, Ohio. Can you guess who it is?

Graduation (Boy with a Teacher), THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, June 26, 1926 ~ The round glasses and parted hair of the boy in Graduation resemble caricatures Rockwell drew of himself as an adolescent. Rockwell had mixed feelings about formal education. He loved learning but never excelled at academics and left high school after two years to study art full time.

E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial- One of my favourite childhood movies. wait what am i talking about? I still love to watch it now!! Oh and yes i do still cry!! ♥ Et phone home... Et phone home.... hehehe! ♥

Steven Spielberg's 1982 smash hit tells the heartwarming story of the special bond 10-year-old Elliot (Henry Thomas) forges with an alien he names E.T. The adventures they share as Elliot tries to hide his new friend and E.T. tries to get back to his planet ("E.T. phone home!") provide plenty of action, laughter and tears. Dee Wallace, Peter Coyote and a young Drew Barrymore co-star.