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  • Karrie Byler

    The Parent Trap (1961) Oh, so many memories from my childhood!

  • Chele Krause

    The Parent Trap (1961 THE ORIGINAL!!!) is my favorite movie EVER! Love Maureen O'Hara, Brian Keith & Hayley Mills!!!

  • Terry Baughman

    Who remembers this?:):):):)

  • Detra Swem

    The Parent Trap Two-Movie Collection (The Parent Trap / The Parent Trap II) (1961) Hayley Mills (Actor), Maureen O'Hara (Actor) - Ok I admit it this was my favorite move when I was younger. I still pull it off the shelf and watch it over again.

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