Laura Lansing Slept Here (1988)

TV Movie   |  Not Rated   |    |  Comedy


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A famous, pampered novelist accepts a bet suggesting that she can't survive one week of living with an average family.


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23 January 2006 | lawboi11
8
| An entertaining film for the family
This film brings back very fond memories of my grandparents and I, sitting in their den, watching this film on TV together when I was a young kid. We sat there in their den eating Dairy Queen Dilly Bars and generally happy with the content of the film. I remember seeing my grandmother laugh a lot and really seemed to enjoy it. This film had to be memorable enough that I still remember it almost 20 years later. We laughed together at this film and overall, despite being a "B film" was an excellent cast, but of course, with Ms. Hepburn...this should go without saying. This was a good, clean, wholesome film, with family at the center and warmth. It did not need nudity, sex, swearing or other vulgarities to make it one of the more memorable films from my childhood. Granted, having my grandparents with me to watch it really made the surrounding environment really comforting as well. I dido the other writer commenting before me who suggested this film should be shown on TV again and out on video.

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Release Date:

7 March 1988

Language

English, French


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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