The Motion Picture Prescription: Watch this Movie and Call Me in the Morning
Author's Choice Publishing, 1995 - 242 pages
In the first book of its kind, Gary Solomon, a.k.a. The Movie Doctor*, supplies a list of healing stories culled from movies that shows readers how others have coped--and healed--from problems such as addictions, abuse, bigotry, and physical illnesses.
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Movies from A to
The Tracey Thurman Story
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Ferris Buellers Day Off
Our Very Own
The Rideout Case
Rape of Richard Beck
Silence of the Lambs
Under the Influence
Wizard of Oz
Its a Wonderful Life
Looking for Mister Goodbar
Motion Picture Prescription List
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John W. Hesley,Jan G. Hesley
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