Joe is irritated about getting charged a rewind fee for a returned video tape which he believes was rewound. It ends up costing the nice old lady at the video store her job. His chagrin deepens when he finds out that the tape hadn't been rewound. More guilt is heaped upon his shoulders when he finds out the lady suffered a stroke following her firing. He visits the woman at the hospital, only to find her entire family present, and she seems to recover after hearing his apologetic words.
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Those movies that contain scenes with nudity are: "Working Girl" (1988) ["Melanie Griffith vacuuming topless, 73 minutes in"]; "About Last Night" (1986) ["Demi Moore, kitchen scene, backlit by refrigerator light"]; and "Deliverance" (1972) [" Ned Beatty scrambling up a hillside... Boy, talk about a mood breaker"]. See more
So what'd you get? "Miracle on 34th Street"?
Joe Montgomery Hackett
No no, they were all out. Even the David Hartman version.
[Joe shows her the tape he rented
Brian Michael Hackett
That's more of a Mother's Day film, isn't it?
References Sea of Love